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Welcome to Maeda Mini Cranes
Time and time again these innovative machines are proving their worth. From panelling and cladding, through the full spectrum of glass handling to restoration projects, specialist lifting applications or on tight corners on domestic and construction contracts, each crane delivers a capacity and reach equivalent to a much larger crane.

The smaller cranes in the range get in to places you wouldn't have dreamt possible. They are slender enough to fit through a standard doorway and house enough power to complete heavy lifts once in place, all the while retaining excellent maneuverability and flexibility. These cranes are providing fantastic results out in the field and are quickly becoming recognized as the "must have" new product for both hire companies and construction companies amongst many others.

New uses for these products are being found daily and in all applications end users are seeing both time and cost saving benefits. Whatever your industry, these Mini Cranes will simultaneously both meet and exceed your needs.
Latest News
July 1, 2015, 11:26am
Work started at the beginning of 2015 at a glass works factory in Poland. An MC285CRM(E), MC305CRM(E) and MC405CRM(E) were involved in the project which two and a half months to complete. The modernisation work involved building a new glass furnace and work was carried out around the clock in order to complete the project on time. The three Maeda Mini Cranes were employed in the construction of 350 tons of metal and 250 tons of specialised bricks and other specialist equipment. The new furnace will m...
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July 1, 2015, 11:16am
A Maeda MC405CRM(E) Mini Cranes, owned and operated by Conny Persson, Kraftservice I Höljes AB, has been at work at the Höljesdammen Power Plant on the Swedsh/Norwegian border. The dam was finished in 1962 and has been partly under reconstruction since 2012. The Maeda MC405 has played an important part during the update, being involved in many areas of lifting at this large construction site including steelworks and moulding. For more information please contact Richard Beiron on +46 702 887012, email ...
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July 1, 2015, 11:11am
This year's Vertikal Days, held in May at Haydock Park was our most successful exhibition there to date. Great weather and a record number of visitors meant a busy Maeda stand, with sales being completed during the show. There was much interest in the new MK1033CW-1 Knuckleboom crane, as Vertikal Days was the first time this crane has been displayed in the UK. There were technical demonstrations on hand as well as advice from our operators and the manufacturer's in Japan. For more information please con...
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