70 East End Dr, Manheim, PA 17545   //   P: (717) 664-3536   //   F: (717) 664-4575

Services

Since we started back in 1988, service has always been a significant point of focus for our business. We recognize that lifting equipment and cranes require specialized repair work. The technicians in our shop understand the problems and issues you encounter with your machines. They are well equipped to diagnose and find solutions.

ANSI / OSHA Inspections

Our experienced technicians can perform ANSI/OSHA inspections on all types of mobile cranes, bucket trucks and man lifts. A few of the inspections include articulating crane inspections, chain hoists inspections, forklift safety inspections, hi-rail inspections and more.

Crane Repairs

Our team can handle simple repairs to complete rebuilds of the entire unit. A few repairs we commonly perform as telescopic cylinder repairs, boom repairs, wire rope and accessory repairs, hydraulic lines and fittings, outriggers and more.

NCCCO Certification of Crane Operators

Crane Specialists Inc. fully endorses the national certification program offered by the National Commission for the Certification of Crane Operators (NCCCO).We offer an Articulating Crane School, Swing Cab Telescopic Boom, and Fixed Can Telescopic Boom.

2020 Crane School Schedule:

  1. Articulating Crane School: Feb. 10 – Feb. 12
  2. Mobile Crane School: Mar. 23 – Mar. 27
  3. Articulating Crane School: May 11 – May 13
  4. Mobile Crane School: Jul. 6 – Jul. 10
  5. Articulating Crane School: Sep. 21 – Sep. 23

Parts

Crane Specialists Inc. has a great history of researching and obtaining parts. We find the components needed to keep your cranes and lifting equipment operating in peak condition. We have been in business since 1988 and have gained extensive knowledge on older draglines and duty cycle cranes.

Preventative Maintenance

We also have a Preventative Maintenance program that might be just what you need to keep your equipment running smoothly. This can be a valuable tool in avoiding costly repairs and is very helpful way of handling problems before you get to the yearly annual ANSI/OSHA Inspection.