Sometimes for some industrial users, lifting of heavier items may be necessary.
When items are too heavy or bulky and are not able to be lifted manually, or by forklifts or stackers, sometimes it may be a good idea to use a crane which gets the job done easily and quickly.
Wide Variety of Cranes Available
With a wide range of cranes available in the market, you can easily find one that suits your business requirements.
Most of the time, the type of crane suitable for your business depends on the type of industry you are in and what your lifting and operational requirements are.
Some examples of cranes available and used by some businesses are the chain hoist crane, overhead crane, gantry crane or custom made cranes.
Cranes for Various Industries
There are also various types of cranes meant for different industries.
For example, metal production, power, paper, oil & gas, mining, automotive, manufacturing, waste to energy or other industries.
When you are looking at cranes, you may consider which type of lifting capacity is more suitable for lifting your products or equipment.
There are also various types of cranes with different lifting capacity. For example 2, 5, 10, 20, 40, 80 tonnes or more.
Space Available for Crane
Frequency of Use
Which Type of Cranes are More Suitable
There are many types and variety of cranes and products available in the market and it really depends on the type of industry your company is in, operational requirements, how much space available for the crane as well as frequency of use. When looking out for suitable cranes, you may want to specify and share such details and requirements so that the crane supplier would understand and recommend the right one for your business which can help to improve productivity.