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Imperial Crane Services, Inc, a company based in Bridgeview, IL, is pleased to announce that they can provide the needs of those who want to buy a crane in Illinois, including Chicago. The company sells various kinds of cranes and other equipment for construction and similar industries. They also specialize in telescopic forklifts, construction hoists, aerial work platforms, boom trucks, and telehandlers.

Gina Kaktis, Marketing Director for Imperial Crane Services, says, “We can supply new or used cranes and other lifting equipment. For those who don’t want or need to buy a crane for their specific purposes, they can lease or rent-to-own a crane or lifting equipment. Parts of cranes are also available from various manufacturers, such as Tadano, Barko, Link-Belt, Terex, Liebherr, Genie, and Elliott.”

Used cranes are available through Imperial Crane Services. Examples include the 2013 Tadano GR-750XL, which is in good condition and used in daily fleet; the 2015 Tadano GR-750XL, which also used daily and in good condition; the Merlo 50.18HM with a load capacity of 12,000 lbs and a lift height of 58 feet 7 inches; and more.

For rentals, Imperial Crane Services has one of the biggest and most diverse crane rental fleets in the United States. It has a large fleet of cranes and specialized equipment, such as mobile cranes, crawlers, rough terrain cranes, hoists, and towers, to ensure that businesses requiring lifting equipment for their services can have the best equipment for their specific projects. They have been constantly been replenishing and adding to their fleet with the most powerful and newest cranes, including rough terrain cranes for refinery work, all terrains, specialized crawlers for wind turbine erection and maintenance, specialized heavy lift equipment for plant work, and towers and hoists for industrial and commercial construction.

Examples of crane rentals in Chicago and other places in Illinois that are available through Imperial Crane Services include all terrain cranes, rough terrain cranes, truck cranes, crawler cranes, carrydeck cranes, and telehandlers.

Imperial Crane Services, Inc has a fleet of Merlo telehandlers that can be purchased or leased. This is a kind of “four-in-one” rotating forklift that is becoming more and more popular because of the advantages that it can offer over other kinds of telehandlers. The company has been made an official dealer of Merlo telehandlers in Michigan, Texas, Illinois, Wisconsin, Indiana, and Louisiana.

Merlo telehandlers are often utilized in certain construction projects for various purposes, including excavation; lifting; truck loading; lifting operators to the work area; or handling various tools, materials, and supplies. The versatility of this telehandler is afforded by the single telescopic boom that can be extended either upward or forward from the vehicle. Its use has been found to reduce job site operating time and expenses due to its pick and carry capability. In addition, any replacement parts that are needed while they are being used can easily be obtained within 48 hours, which significantly reduces lost time. Telehandlers are often preferred because of their capacity, cycle speeds, hydraulic hoses and electronic cables housed inside the boom for protection, cab design, boom design, safety, build, and parts availability.

Imperial Crane Services, Inc also provides emergency crane services that are available 24 hours a day and seven days a week. Their sales staff are always ready to offer quotes, provide customers with timely and accurate information, and conduct site reviews. They also have in-site estimators who employ the most up-to-date programs to offer speedy quotes, crane sizing, and expediting of permits. They can also help in providing alternative options and equipment, including how to reduce expenses.

The fleet of cranes that were recently bought by Imperial Crane Services have an average age of three years and have up-to-date technology. They are all well-maintained through frequent inspections, the use of daily log books, and onsite mechanics.

Companies who need to buy a telehandler in Chicago or any other kind of lifting equipment, including cranes, may want to visit the Imperial Crane Services, Inc website, or contact them on the telephone or through email.

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For more information about Imperial Crane Services, Inc, contact the company here:

Imperial Crane Services, Inc
Gina Kaktis
708-598-2300
info@imperialcrane.com
9735 Industrial Dr, Bridgeview, IL 60455

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