Crane Sales NZ offers a comprehensive crane solution, including top brands, nationwide mobile service, and parts/service support.
Crane Sales New Zealand Ltd was established in 2007, and has since been providing exceptional crane services and supplies to various industries throughout New Zealand. Our headquarters are located in Matamata, but our services extend nationwide. We specialise in meeting all your crane requirements, regardless of the complexity of the task.
With over 16 years of experience in the industry, you can trust Crane Sales New Zealand Ltd to provide expert services. Our experienced staff will source both new and used parts from around the world, ensuring that we meet all your needs. We offer a range of makes and models, including HMF, UNIC, Rozzi, TAM, Kobelco, Tadano, Terex, NCK, Komatsu, Hyundai, and Doosan.
Moreover, we also offer the sale and support of reputable brands, such as HMF knuckle boom and marine cranes, UNIC mini crawlers, Maxilift truck cranes, and Tommy Gate hydraulic liftgates.
Crane Sales operates across New Zealand.
Crane Sales operates a modern heavy machinery workshop, parts store, adjoining offices and training facilities in Matamata. Sales and service branches are also located in Auckland and Christchurch, a distribution centre in Paraparaumu, as well as service providers across the country.
Meet Our Team
An insight into the Crane Sales timeline from day one to the present.
Two men with a vision – Stefan de Silva and Rex Davies, form Crane Sales New Zealand Ltd.
Crane Sales offers the globally recognised Maxilift light truck crane series to its product portfolio.
UNIC Compact Spider Cranes joins the product lineup in the Crane Sales range.
Crane Sales secures distribution rights for HMF cranes in the New Zealand market.
UNIC expands its product range in New Zealand by adding their truck cranes Crane Sales’ lineup.
Let Us Help You
Questions to ask when you buy a new crane:
- Will it perform the tasks required?
- Is it a reliable, well supported brand?
- Are service staff on call in case of damage or breakdown?
- Can spare parts be sourced quickly if required?