Hiab truck lift and haulage

Our experienced crane operatives (ALLMI trained) can lift and haul a variety of heavy objects, using our hiab lorry loaders, including but not limited to:

  • All sizes of containers
  • Movement of site accommodation
  • Generators and compressors
  • Industrial machinery
  • Industrial materials
  • Boats
  • Wheeled plant machinery
  • Hot tubs
  • Large kitchen equipment e.g pizza ovens
  • Mobile homes/static caravans

How Much Weight Can You Lift?

Our Cormach 65000 E6 crane can lift up to 15 tonnes (up to 4m in reach) through to 3.2 tonnes at full reach (14 metres). It has full 360 degree movement to tackle all different types of work. You can download the full crane specs here.


ABOUT PHELAN HAULAGE LIMITED

With about 15 years experience, Phelan Haulage provide a specialist crane hire service throughout the UK and Ireland. We cover all aspects of road haulage, specialising in truck-mounted high reach, heavy load hiab crane hire and abnormal loads transport. Located in the North East of England, we serve the surrounding areas of Gateshead, Newcastle, North and South Tyneside, Sunderland, Durham and Middlesbrough daily with quick response to the entire of the United Kingdom and Ireland. 

All of our operatives are fully insured as well as ALLMI lorry loader trained and accredited. We use our new Volvo trucks and Cormach/Palfinger hiab cranes to get the job done safely and efficiently. We will ensure that your products arrive at their destination both safely and on time no matter however diverse your requirements.

ALLMI TRAINED – WHAT DOES THAT MEAN?

The Association of Lorry Loader Manufacturers and Importers (ALLMI) was founded in 1978 at the request of the Health and Safety Executive, and it remains today as the UK’s only Trade Association devoted exclusively to the lorry loader industry. It serves, represents and promotes the interests of its members and the industry at large, and it is the natural focus and authority on all issues involving the design, manufacture, application and use of lorry loaders.

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