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Cranes Complete and Components provides services including inspections, load testing, crane refurbishments, maintenance, repairs, magnetic particle inspections and more.


Cranes Complete & Components provides a wide range of Crane Services, from Service Inspections, Load Tests, Crane Refurbishment, Maintenance, Repairs, Magnetic Particle Inspections, Lifting Tackle Inspections and more! 


We provide you with a lifting solution regardless of the make or model required, ranging from Overhead Cranes, A-Frames, Electrical Hoists, Lifting Equipment and Accessories, Jib Cranes, Workshop Cranes and More!


We have a wide range of products

A-Frame Cranes
Rope Hoists
Chain Hoists
Lifting Tackle & Accessories



Overhead Cranes

Robust double girder cranes are best for medium to heavy duty requirements and for instances where it is required that the load be rotated on its axis.


Jib Crane

Ideal for light to medium-duty applications, the jib crane features a cantilevered boom that can efficiently lift loads within a full or partial radius around a central column.


Portal / Semi-Portal Cranes

Alternatively referred to as a 'yard crane,' the portal crane is the perfect choice for situations requiring a vehicle to traverse the space enclosed by the gantry structure, creating a "portal."



Since we specialize in maintenance and repair of all makes of overhead cranes, rope hoists, chain hoists, mechanical chain blocks, and lever blocks, you are guaranteed quality service. All our employees are qualified and competent experts in their fields with the added benefit of lifting machinery inspectors (LMIs) who will perform your servicing needs.


Cranes Complete & Components provides a Wide Range of Crane Components, Crane Equipment, Accessories, Overhead Cranes, Gantry Cranes, Jib Cranes and much more! 

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Cranes Complete & Components is a proudly South African company established in 2015 and specialises in all forms of material handling. Our expertise lies in designing, manufacturing, installing and servicing overhead cranes and hoisting equipment nationwide.

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Cranes Complete & Components: South Africa’s leading material handling experts

Cranes Complete & Components is a proudly South African company, established in 2015. We specialize in all forms of material handling, including the design, manufacturing, installation, and servicing of overhead cranes and hoisting equipment.

We have a team of experienced engineers and technicians who are dedicated to providing our customers with the highest quality products and services. We are committed to safety, quality, and customer satisfaction.

Our services include:

  • Design and manufacturing of overhead cranes and hoisting equipment
  • Installation and commissioning of overhead cranes and hoisting equipment
  • Repair and maintenance of overhead cranes and hoisting equipment
  • Spare parts and consumables
  • Training and support

Contact us today to learn more about how we can help you with your material handling needs.

Different Types of Cranes

Cranes are used in a variety of industries, including construction, manufacturing, and shipping. There are many different types of cranes, each with its own unique set of features and capabilities.

Telescopic Cranes

Telescopic cranes use a telescoping mechanism to extend their booms, which allows them to reach objects that are out of reach. Telescopic cranes are often used in construction, manufacturing, and shipping.

Floating Cranes

Floating cranes are mounted on ships or floating platforms. They are used to transport and lift objects in and around water. Floating cranes are often used in offshore oil and gas exploration and production.

Harbor Cranes

Harbor cranes are mounted on platforms in the water. They are used to load and unload cargo ships. Harbor cranes are often used in ports and harbors.

Crawler Cranes

Crawler cranes are mounted on tracks. They can be moved around a job site, which makes them versatile and adaptable. Crawler cranes are often used in construction.

Aerial Cranes

Aerial cranes are mounted on helicopters. They can lift and move objects in places where traditional cranes cannot reach. Aerial cranes are often used in construction, firefighting, and search and rescue operations.

Tower Cranes

Tower cranes are mounted on towers. They are used to lift and move objects during the construction of tall buildings. Tower cranes are often used in skyscrapers.

OSHA Crane Safety Requirements

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has a number of regulations in place to help keep workers safe when using cranes, derricks, and hoists. These regulations cover a wide range of topics, including:

  • Equipment inspection: Cranes and other lifting equipment must be inspected regularly to ensure that they are in good working condition.
  • Operator training: Crane operators must be trained in the safe operation of the equipment they are using.
  • Load limits: Cranes and other lifting equipment must not be overloaded.
  • Areas of operation: Cranes must not be operated in areas where they could pose a hazard to workers or the public.
  • Weather conditions: Cranes must not be operated in hazardous weather conditions, such as high winds or rain.

By following OSHA’s crane safety requirements, employers can help to prevent accidents and injuries.

Industrial Crane Safety Operating Guidelines

Cranes are essential tools in many industries, including manufacturing, warehousing, construction, and shipping. However, cranes can also be dangerous if they are not operated safely. Here are some industrial crane safety operating guidelines to help keep workers safe:

  • Inspect the crane before each use. Look for any damage or wear that could pose a hazard.
  • Train all personnel who will be working near the crane on safety procedures. This includes crane operators, riggers, and ground personnel.
  • Never overload the crane. The load must not exceed the crane’s rated capacity.
  • Keep the crane’s work area clear of people and objects. Do not allow anyone to stand under a suspended load.
  • Use the proper rigging equipment. The rigging must be strong enough to support the load and must be used correctly.
  • Operate the crane in a safe manner. Do not operate the crane in high winds or other hazardous conditions.
  • Be aware of your surroundings. Be aware of other workers and vehicles in the area.
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Contact us today for more information about our crane material handling solutions. Alternatively, please continue to browse our site to find the solution you need!

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