Western Australia's mining, energy, and construction sectors are the backbone of the state's economy. In these industries, the effective and safe movement of heavy materials and equipment is paramount. This is where CraneCorp Australia comes into play. They offer professional crane hire services and precise lifting operations throughout WA.
But first, let’s get to know who CraneCorp Australia is and why they are the leading player in the crane services field.
CraneCorp Australia is a privately owned crane hire company with strategically placed depots in seven different locations across Western Australia. Their head office is in Henderson, with additional depots throughout the Goldfields, Midwest, and Northwest, including Tom Price, Newman, and Karratha.
They are a customer-focused organisation committed to providing the best equipment, service, and technically advanced lifting solutions since their inception in 1997.
Through an established network of offices and depots, they have developed relationships with regional mining companies, specialised professionals, and local businesses throughout WA.
They have modern and fully equipped mobile cranes for hire, like:
Let us delve deeper into their various crane types and explore their features, capabilities, and ideal applications within Western Australia's challenging industrial landscape.
A crane is a highly efficient tool for precise lifting and relocation of heavy loads within a worksite. However, these heavy pieces of machinery differ in the type of terrain and weather conditions they can handle. That's why selecting the right one for your project is crucial, ensuring cost-effectiveness and safety.
Here’s what you need to know about CraneCorp Australia's different crane hire services
All terrain cranes are Invaluable in Western Australia's mining sector for lifting heavy machinery and equipment, often situated in remote and uneven terrains. Their adaptability to changing work sites makes them suitable for processing facilities requiring frequent relocation. Good for complex projects, including bridge construction and urban development, where mobility and reach are crucial.
Truck mount cranes can be used for equipment maintenance and material handling within mining sites. In the civil industry, these cranes are ideal for utility work and short-distance lifts. They are also good for recovering or delivering vehicles and machinery, loading materials at worksites, and more.
Vehicle-mounted cranes make it far easier to transport heavy materials to worksites with little to no setup. The maneuverability of these cranes is frequently used as well in urban and suburban settings where space is limited.
Rough terrain cranes are commonly used to lift heavy equipment, construction supplies, and even steel frameworks on construction sites. Their versatility extends to the transportation of equipment, including boilers, turbines, generators, drilling rigs, pipelines, and various other items. In mining operations, they are used to transport large pieces of machinery like bulldozers and excavators.
Pick and carry cranes are exceptionally well-suited for compact job sites where maneuvering in tight spaces is essential, such as locations with low overhangs, narrow corners, or abundant debris. It also shines in indoor settings.
Their maneuverability makes them perfect for handling materials in narrow aisles or confined spaces within processing facilities. These cranes are invaluable in the mining industry for moving heavy machinery and components within processing plants and mining sites. In
civil construction projects, they are utilised for lifting and transporting precast concrete components and other materials on-site.
CraneCorp Australia offers the following services:
Their cranes are modern, fully equipped, expertly maintained, and from brands like:
They have a single lift capacity from 15 to 500 tonnes and all ancillary lifting/rigging gear, including spreader bars, workboxes, and kibbles. They also offer access to a pool of experienced riggers, crane operators, and supervisors/managers through CraneCrew – their internal labour supply pool.
Moreover, they are renowned professional shutdown specialists who have worked with various mining and processing companies in the state.
You can also trust their 24-hour service for all your breakdown and maintenance needs.
By selecting the appropriate crane for specific tasks, terrain, and site conditions, industries can optimise their lifting operations, enhance workplace safety, and contribute to the success of projects within this challenging industrial landscape.
To find the right equipment for your project and for competitive rates, give us a call or visit our business page by clicking here.