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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
May 5, 2015, 10:59am
During the renovation of the Baudelo Chapel in Ghent, a Maeda MK1033 was used for hoisting the capstones to the roof. The site has a narrow entrance and a small patio area to work on, making this the ideal crane for the job. Our customer was surprised to hear about the amount of practical implementations the MK1033 could mean for his company. The uncomplicated controls meant that their operator could start immediately with his work. For more information please contact Heli nv on + 32 9 368 80 33, e...
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May 5, 2015, 10:55am
An MC405CRM(E) Mini Crane was used on the Kyle Field renovation project at A&M University, Texas. This was a classic Maeda Mini Crane application due to the limited access, narrow gate entrance, limited set up are and no access for large, conventional equipment. The MC405 was able to travel easily through the stadium gates with inches to spare. The rubber tracks meant the MC405 was able to travel in without damaging existing flatwork and concrete surfaces in the pavilion. Once inside the work area,...
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April 27, 2015, 7:01pm
Maeda’s Israeli distributor, Shai-Magen, have been working with tower crane company Sky-Line on a crane dismantling job. The rental crane, an internal climbing Potain MC265, needed to be dismantled from a 140m height in Tel-Aviv, Israel. Due to the roof structure and space restriction, a variety of machines were used to dismantle the crane including a Comedil Derick CDK83/12. There were 12 tons of parts in total to dismantle and lift down. A Maeda MC285 was used to transport the CDK83/12's parts, i...
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