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All Terrain Crane Hire

If you are looking for cost-effective crane hire solutions, the NQ Group Crane Division, which incorporates the Brisbane Lift & Shift business, has recently completed an upgrade of its Brisbane all terrain crane hire fleet.

Experienced crane hire team

An all terrain crane is a mobile crane with the equipment required to travel on public roads and on rough terrain at a job site using an all-wheel and crab steering equipment. All terrain cranes combine the roadability of truck-mounted cranes with the manoeuvrability of rough terrain cranes making them extremely versatile. The design of an all terrain crane is customer-oriented to provide maximum mobility and versatility. This makes the all terrain cranes versatile for use on multiple jobs and applications.

All terrain cranes have anywhere from two to nine axles and are designed specifically for lifting loads up to 1,200 tonnes.

A rough terrain crane refers to cranes that have one control cabin in which the operator can fully control the crane, from driving and moving the crane to controlling the outriggers and lifting loads. A crane mounted on an undercarriage with four rubber tyres that is designed for pick-and-carry operations and off-road and "rough terrain" applications. Outriggers are used to level and stabilise the crane for hoisting.

Brisbane-based Crane Hire Fleet

Supported by no less than 10 x all terrain cranes  NQ Group’s experienced crane team is experienced in the lifting and rigging techniques required for heavy lifts.

Contact our Brisbane crane hire team for advice and information.

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Did You Know?
The first construction cranes were invented by the Ancient Greeks and were powered by men or animals such as donkeys.