HNGI Hire is part of a long established PNG company, with over 10 years experience planning and executing lifting operations in a range of industries and environments. HNGI is a progressive company that continues to invest in its modern fleet of mobile cranes, new equipment, and fully trained and industry accredited staff.
HNGI Hire has a fleet of cranes in a range of sizes and capabilities. As a customer you can rely on a first class service which can be accessed 24 hours, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
MOBILE CRANE HIRE
From your initial enquiry, HNGI Hire will provide you with helpful and practical advice regarding mobile crane size and application for your specific lift. HNGI Hire supply a full range of cranes from 14 Ton up to 170Ton lifting capacity.
A modern fleet of cranes for all requirements:
• Telescopic All Terrain Mobile Cranes
• Telescopic Rough Terrain Mobile Cranes
• Pick & Carry (Franna type) Cranes
HNGI Hire relieves customers of the responsibility for preparing a crane lift. HNGI Hire will provide a free initial site visit by an Appointed Person to assess your lifting requirements.
A member of the team will then supply the method statement, risk assessment, CAD assisted lift plan (if required) and management and supervision of the lifting operation. HNGI Hire supply all necessary personnel including; a qualified Appointed Person to supervise lifting operations, skilled operators and riggers, and all lifting tackle and equipment required.
Why choose HNGI Hire?
• CraneSafe® compliant equipment
• Over 10 years experience in heavy lifting
• Supply crane hire at the best market price available
• Customer focused approach which ensures that you are provided with all the support needed when hiring a crane
• Our skilled workforce hold industry recognised qualifications and have a high level of practical knowledge
• In-house C.A.D. facilities to provide lift plan layouts if required
• Experienced in producing method statements and risk assessments
• All work conducted adheres to Mobile Crane Code of Practice (2006) from WHS QLD.