With its impressive and broad range of lifting capabilities, a crawler crane is the contractor’s high-capacity crane of choice. This type of crane is mounted on an undercarriage, featuring a set of tracks that allow for superior stability and mobility.
Since they offer strength and stability at long distances, crawler cranes are ideal for pick-and-carry and heavy-duty lifting applications. They can move virtually anywhere on the jobsite—even with a load on the hook. Although crawler cranes have a modular structure, their components break down easily into manageable loads. This allows for fast, hassle-free transportation from one jobsite to the next.
R. Gingerich Crane offers two types of crawler cranes in its rental fleet: lattice boom crawler cranes and telescopic crawler cranes.
Capable of moving enormous objects with graceful ease, a hydraulic crane is the king of heavy-duty hoisting. Hydraulic cranes vary in their lifting capacities, but are capable of hoisting everything from entire houses to heavy factory equipment to multi-ton bridge sections.
R. Gingerich Crane offers four types of hydraulic cranes in its rental fleet: carry-deck cranes, truck cranes, rough terrain cranes and all-terrain cranes.
A forklift provides excellent control and stability when lifting, transporting, stacking, or retrieving heavy materials. Over the years, it has become a vital piece of equipment in manufacturing and warehousing operations.
R. Gingerich Crane has availability of forklifts ranging in capacity from 6,000 lbs to 40,000 lbs. Your chosen machine is conveniently transported to your jobsite and operated by one of our fully trained, OSHA-certified forklift operators.