crane hire airport operations
City Lifting have 18 years experience in crane hire airport operations, and have been awarded a safety award on recognition for their work.
City lifting have over 18 year experience working at Heathrow airport and also other London regional airports. Back in march 2016 we were awarded with a safety contractor award from Mace Limited. To be able to work airside you have to go through strict insurance and health and safety requirements to obtain access for mobile cranes.
Having been awarded a safety awards from mace limited and 18 years experience airport side makes us one of the top reliable airport side operation contractors. We are the 2nd largest fleet in Europe, with an additional 4 new Spierings Cranes added to the fleet during 2016.
we are used for either crane hire or contract lifting orders received from airport contracts.City Lifting have been nominated by airport based contractors but because we have played a major role in supplying cranes on the airports, we have become Airside Signatories in our own right in the last three years.
To be able to work airside you have to have an airside pass, an airside pass is similar to passports with all similar details being shown on it. you have to have this as you have to go through security checks. Here are city lifting we have been approved as a safety conscious company, to be able to work on airports you have to meet safety and insurance requirements, safety records and additional insurances in place.
Our crane fleet is made up of a range of spierings cranes, Mini crawler crane, mobile folding tower cranes, All terrain mobile cranes and static flat top tower cranes all working on the airport on either direct CPA Hire to the end user or as a Contract Lift. City Lifting working on the airports is synonymous with our reputation of supplying the complete range of Spierings Mobile Folding Cranes that are ideal for work in an airport environment.
Spierings Mobile Folding Cranes are specified because of their fast set up and dismantle times to become operational and then be able to move off site when work is complete, this is critical when working times can be limited to 5 hours overnight between the last flight of the day and first flight on the following day