Many construction environments and low headroom spaces will still be able to employ jib cranes for lifting and moving stock. Jib cranes are more flexible and versatile than other types of crane, so they can be used in these kinds of spaces without concern. They will need to be able…

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Used cranes can be good value for money, in comparison to a brand new crane. Much like cars, they will lose value as soon as they have been purchased, so it’s often not worth paying the price of a new crane when a used one can do exactly the same…

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Safety when lifting heavy loads is paramount in any construction environment. People working in construction need to understand how to keep themselves safe, and heavy lifting can be one of the more dangerous processes to take part in – when not aware of the way in which to lift. Here…

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Hoists are integral pieces of lifting equipment that you couldn’t be without on site. They help you to lift safely, quickly and more efficiently, lifting loads that could never safely be lifted by hand. Electric hoists will speed up your operations dramatically and will help you to achieve more in…

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Does every business need a crane? Not necessarily, but many, many businesses certainly could benefit from using a crane to enhance lifting processes and make them easier to manage. This has the power to improve safety, help improve speed of processes, and generally to allow the business to move forward…

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