10-year major inspections, a major expense – but is there a better way?
If crane owners can demonstrate a willingness to fulfil requirements of a system that bases maintenance on usage, it may be able to eliminate the need for expensive inspections.
Johnson & Young Cranes: Company culture key to lifting standards
Brent Young and Reece Johnson drive a dynamic, customer-focused crane business renowned for its versatility and project management abilities on Victoria’s major infrastructure projects.
Two Way Cranes: The phoenix rises
Two years ago Frank Zammit, managing director and owner of Two Way Cranes, faced every crane owners’ nightmare, and potential disaster, when fire ripped through his crane yard.
Borger Cranes first for New South Wales
Borger Cranes recently took delivery of the new Franna AT 40, the first of the new 40t model delivered in New South Wales. Cranes and Lifting finds out more.
Changes to AS1418.1 Standard
The Australian Standards for cranes are being transformed to make them more relevant for developments in crane technology. Cranes and Lifting magazine spoke to Brandon Hitch, CICA CEO, about the changes.