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Old 28 February 2013, 21:38   #1
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Does anyone on the forum that's local to poole/bournemouth have or know anyone with access to a hiab? I need a 21ft container moved from bournemouth to blandford

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Old 28 February 2013, 21:51   #2
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You need a specialist haulier for that. Moving something that big on a lorry mounted loader takes a bigger rating than you'd think. There's a company towards Chichester that can do it-search the forums, they've been mentioned before.

Lets put it this way, a building supplies company truck won't lift it. I know this, I have a licence for one and Sixy designs them
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Try aet transport wareham or crook and sons Dorchester or Phil trim blandford all have lorry mounted cranes
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AET I am sure could do it...and they are clients to ;-)
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Old 01 March 2013, 08:44   #5
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Cheers for the help guys think I need to start phoning round

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Google 'crane assisted haulage' (and try to stick with Palfinger )

If you draw a blank, drop Nos a PM and I'll talk with our local sales boys (we build specialist HIAB trucks)
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A low loader and a hydraulic excavatorwith a set of brothers will move that load. Dont know how legal though

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A low loader and a hydraulic excavatorwith a set of brothers will move that load. Dont know how legal though

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That is a shit load of hassle .. just get a proper truck hoist

and notice I didnt say Hiab there Sixy

They seem to be to mounted cranes, what JCB's are to diggers how annoying ?
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That is a shit load of hassle .. just get a proper truck hoist

and notice I didnt say Hiab there Sixy

They seem to be to mounted cranes, what JCB's are to diggers how annoying ?

Yeah, yeah, it's quicker and easier to type HIAB than it is to type 'lorry loader' . Besides that, most folks know what a HIAB is...

I'm just off to clean the floor with my Dyson hoover...
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Google 'crane assisted haulage' (and try to stick with Palfinger )

If you draw a blank, drop Nos a PM and I'll talk with our local sales boys (we build specialist HIAB trucks)
Did somebody say Palfinger?.....

Much to Mrs's Anchorhandlers delight, i have a Factory tour planned at their Salzburg headquarters during our coming hols in Austria....

Bollox to seeing where the Sound of Music was filmed ... Lets see how the best lorry mounted cranes on the market are put together! (OK im a bit biased)

Hey Sixy_the_red, you don't happen to work for T.H White do you?

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Did somebody say Palfinger?.....

Much to Mrs's Anchorhandlers delight, i have a Factory tour planned at their Salzburg headquarters during our coming hols in Austria.
You old romantic you! Classic!
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Google 'crane assisted haulage' (and try to stick with Palfinger )

If you draw a blank, drop Nos a PM and I'll talk with our local sales boys (we build specialist HIAB trucks)
I had an old atlas on 1820 merc and that could pick them containers up pop,there is abt 3ton in one of them son, 5 in the big uns
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I had an old atlas on 1820 merc and that could pick them containers up pop,there is abt 3ton in one of them son, 5 in the big uns
Well I suppose we can let you off that...

Anchor - yes I do work for Whites. What's your connection?

Factory tour sounds interesting. One of our sales guys went over there with a couple of customers recently (owner operators) and apparently they went on the Sound of Music tour and they were all singing along in the bus....
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Well I suppose we can let you off that...

Anchor - yes I do work for Whites. What's your connection?

Factory tour sounds interesting. One of our sales guys went over there with a couple of customers recently (owner operators) and apparently they went on the Sound of Music tour and they were all singing along in the bus....
Lol, " singing along in the bus".... Bet there was a little "lubrication" involved there :-)

I own a 2003 DAF with a PK 4500 which you guys fitted to it.
In also looking to lease a Scanny 114 with a PK15500 on it.....
Got a fair bit of experience with Palfinger Marine cranes too....(as well as Effer and Hiab). Got to agree, of all the cranes ive worked with, Palfinger really are the best.

Hmmm.... Come to think if it, The factory tour is looking better and better.... Just hope i don't run into my wife somewhere along it :-)

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I own a 2003 DAF with a PK 4500 which you guys fitted to it.
In also looking to lease a Scanny 114 with a PK15500 on it.....
Got a fair bit of experience with Palfinger Marine cranes too....(as well as Effer and Hiab). Got to agree, of all the cranes ive worked with, Palfinger really are the best.


2003's a bit before my time and I suspect the 114 is as well. I've been there about 5 years.

Don't have that much to do with Marine cranes from our place, but we do one or two.
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