In the world of heavy lifting, few pieces of machinery are as versatile and reliable as a HIAB crane, here we ask what are the many uses of a HIAB crane?
As well as the many scheduled, repeating and one-off tasks Phelan Haulage carriers out on a regular basis, we’re also on hand to assist in abnormal or emergency situations. Scenes like this from the aftermath of Storm Corrie [see gallery below] showing a large fallen tree within an industrial premises, are commonplace after periods of stormy weather here in the UK.
Another specialist task for Phelan Haulage last week to transport by HIAB, one of the Northwest Pass Expedition vessels to be kitted out for it’s up-and-coming journey.
Need specialist lifting and wondering how far can a HIAB reach? Here we discuss the capabilities of our fleet along with the largest HIAB crane available. You can also download our full crane specs here.
Today Phelan Haulage completed another specialist haul of two fabulous Northumberland Hut shepherd style cabins from Hexham to North Yorkshire, using both of our HIAB trucks. You’ll find a photo gallery from the move here.
What is a HIAB driver? A HIAB driver is someone who loads and offloads goods from a vehicle that has a lorry-mounted crane attached. If your work is going to involve loading and offloading goods from a vehicle that has a lorry-mounted crane attached, you will need a HIAB training licence, also sometimes referred to as an ALLMI Certificate.
HIAB is a word that has become common place in the haulage industry when referring to a lorry mounted crane or truck mounted crane.
This weekend Phelan Haulage completed another specialist transport of two fabulous Northumberland Hut shepherd style cabins. You’ll find a few photos of the move here.
Container Restaurant Transport With Phelan Haulage This week Phelan Haulage moved this great container restaurant from Seahouses in Northumberland to…
Click to watch some arial footage of a recent lift and haul we did for The Northumberland Shepard Hut Co and Huts In The Hills Alnwick.