The company previously only supplied Superdeck Loading Platforms at its Western Australian location, but to meet growing demand, a shipment of three new cranes has been delivered by Pace Cranes.
The MC-285C, MC-305C and MC-405C were delivered by Pace Cranes, and are ready to make their mark on the Western Australian market as the first available mini cranes for hire from Preston.
Capable of lifting 2.83, 2.92 and 3.83 tonnes respectively, the cranes are no bigger than 1380mm wide, and able to maneuver in constricted locations with flexibility and ease. The MC-285C's slim build, at only 750mm, can easily fit through most doorways, allowing it access to many areas previously inaccessible to standard cranes.
The shipment will give a boost to Preston's WA presence, and to Preston's extensive fleet of mini crawler cranes (already the largest in Australia). It expands their mini crane fleet to four different states across Australia - Queensland, Victoria, New South Wales and Western Australia.
The cranes were Maeda's first shipment in the New Year, and were used in a traditional ceremony in Japan to celebrate, and to bring good luck in the year to follow.
Mini cranes are available for hire from any of Preston's operations across Queensland, Victoria, New South Wales and Western Australia.