Universal Cranes recently extended its relationship with Caltex, being awarded a 3-year contract at the Lytton refinery in Brisbane QLD.
Brisbane Operations Manager, Adam Courtney, describes this contract win as validation of what was already a successful local supply arrangement.
“We have been supplying equipment and personal to Caltex since 2014 and we are delighted by this new contract and what it means for our Brisbane branch.”
Under the new contract, Universal Cranes will supply up to six cranes per day and around 10 personnel to support operations.
During the most recent 2017 shutdown the company demonstrated its complex lift engineering capabilities as well as the strength of its national fleet. Universal Cranes supplied a 450 tonne all-terrain crane to perform the major lift replacing one of the main vessel 7C8.
Universal Cranes has developed a reputation as a reliable local supplier which offers the backing of a large national fleet and lift engineering specialists. This contract with Caltex represents another key milestone for the growing business.