Crane, Rigging, & Transport Solutions for the Mining & Aggregates Industry
The mining industry is one of the most demanding in the world. Proper safety protocols and careful attention to detail are required to ensure the powerful machinery used in the mining industry is properly handled, lifted, and installed. Therefore, Northwest provides cranes with the lifting capacity, ruggedness, and versatility to meet the minding industry’s needs.
Our team provides a range of services to mining operations across the nation, including work with rock crushers, conveyor belts, rail cars and more. In addition to scheduled maintenance, construction, and disassembly, we also provide emergency maintenance services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
We know that the mining and aggregates industry requires fast, reliable, safe service. For this reason, we own and operate Liebherr cranes and provide extensive safety and equipment training to every member of our team. When a crane from Northwest arrives at your mining location, know that our operators will be qualified, certified, and equipped with MSHA Part 46 Training so we can help move your project forward.
At Northwest, we are always looking to improve our work processes. Whether it is streamlining our assembly procedures, conceiving more efficient transport configurations for our equipment, or fabricating fixtures to facilitate transportation of large pieces of equipment in one piece, we are always looking for ways to be better. Call on Northwest when your next mining project requires expert lifting, rigging, or transport solutions. We are here to help.
We Support All Mining Projects:
- Crusher Construction / Disassembly / Maintenance
- Conveyor Belt Replacement and Repair
- Mining Equipment Assembly / Disassembly
- Mining Equipment Transportation
- 24 Hour Emergency Facility Maintenance
- Rail Engine/Car De-Rail
- Fixed and Suspended Personnel Baskets for Equipment Inspections
Featured Mining Crane Project
Northwest Crane Service team members utilized our Liebherr LTM 1200-5.1 to erect a new Rock Crusher near Tulsa, OK. Team members worked on site to transload the structural pieces of the crusher from the lay down area to the erection site. The largest component of the Crusher weights 61,000 lbs and erection took place up to 115 feet in the air. Northwest works extensively in the maintenance, destruction, and new erection of Mining equipment.