Our Cranes

We all have different lifting requirements, from day-to-day lifting goods to transporting them across the states. As a result, when hiring cranes the is no “one size fits all” approach. Before hiring any sort of equipment, call us and we can assist you with the right crane for your business’ day-to-day workload and what you ultimately want to achieve. Let us help you save money, on booking the right crane for your job.


Also known as a city crane, these make light work even in the roughest of terrain. They are extremely versatile and compact machines, which can be used in a wide variety of requirements. They feature a small footprint, with adjustable turning circle and a long boom configuration. This in turn makes them the ideal crane of choice for restricted access sites, requiring a high lift with the performance to manage heavy loads.

Some examples of when would you require a 16T:

  • Reaching tall heights from a tight space
  • Signage
  • Roof Trusses
  • Air Con Units

Crane Type: Slewing
Max Lift Capacity: 16,000kg
Max Lifting Height: 31.2m
Overall Length & Width: 8.52m x 2.2m


Franna cranes are also commonly referred to as “taxi” cranes, as they can pick up and carry heavy loads across a worksite, then move to their next job. They are versatile and have a multipurpose use, allowing them to be used in a variety of settings, such as construction sites, workshops, plant sites, residential and mines.

Some examples of when would you require a 20T:

  • Trusses
  • Gyprock Sheeting
  • Framework
  • Air Con Units
  • Steel Beams
  • Pool installation

Crane Type: Pick & Carry
Max Lift Capacity: 20,000kg
Max Lifting Height: 17m
Overall Length & Width: 9.67m x 2.5m


This mobile crane is great for heavyweight projects and multifaceted jobsites. It has the ability to access the tightest site and still work with great results. With incredible lift charts overall, there’s not much this crane can’t carry out on any heavy duty project or complex jobsite. However the 55T is not always used for lifting heavy items! It’s the distance away from the crane where the load is to land, where this larger crane excels. The 55T Liebherr All-Terrain Crane has the lifting capacity & boom reach you need to get the job done.

Some examples of when you would require a 55T:

  • Roof Trusses
  • Steel beams
  • Pool Installations
  • Concrete Blocks
  • Site Offices
  • Dropping loads over Long distances

Crane Type: Mobile All-Terrain crane
Max Lift Capacity: 55,000kg
Max Lifting Height: 10.2m – 40m
Overall Length & Width: 9.36m x 2.54m


This mobile crane is great for driving on roads with lots of ballast. Has up to 90 % lower CO2 emissions in action. 

A special method of dividing the ballast slabs has been included in the design of this mobile crane. This means that a wide range of driving configurations can be achieved quickly and easily. Its compact dimensions and time-tested ECOmode and ECOdrive make this mobile crane extremely economical to use. In addition to its compact size, the 3-axle crane features a long telescopic boom and impressive lifting capacities. 

 It enables each outrigger to be extended to a different length. This enhances safety – particularly in constricted spaces. And what's more, the crane’s lifting capacities are significantly increased, particularly over the outriggers and depending on the configuration

Some examples of when you would require a 60T:

Roof Trusses 

Steel Beams 

Concrete Blocks

Site Offices 

Dropping loads over Long distances 

Crane Type: All-Terrain crane

Max Lift Capacity: 60,000kg

Max Liftin Height: 63m

Overall Length & Width: 11533MM x 2550MM

“Haydon our Director and Lead Crane Operator, works regularly with other crane companies to cross hire cranes if we don't have the capacity to supply a large enough crane.  So finding the right sized crane at a competitive rate will never be an issue for our customers.  We have strong relationships with many other crane companies, cross hiring to them regularly and we use their cranes also when we need bigger equipment."

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