mini cranes

A Maeda mini-crane recently helped move materials beyond a tower crane's reach. On an addition to the St. David’s Medical Facility in Austin, Texas, the tower crane couldn’t access the farthest corner of the structure. The stage steel beams, the tower crane hoisted a Maeda MC 285 mini-crane to the roof. Erectors found the mini-crane was much faster at assembling the steel because of its close proximity and precise placement.

By : 
Katie Parrish

Searching for ways to run businesses more cost effectively, perform work more efficiently, and streamline cumbersome processes is nothing new. But in the current economic climate, the demand to do so has become even greater. Doing more with less – and doing it well – is the expected norm. For the industrial marketplace, lifting equipment often meets these efficiency needs, and this issue of Industrial Lift and Hoist clearly points out the opportunities and alternatives for successfully moving materials and personnel.