For decades, Terex MHPS has served the mechanical and plant engineering sectors as a reliable partner delivering tailored solutions for overhead load handling. Our range of cranes and hoists includes products for virtually all areas of the mechanical engineering sector – from lifting equipment for a single workplace to integrated logistics solutions for production facilities.
Reliability, precision, rugged design and the highest technical standards are features shared by all of our products, enabling us to ensure the high availability of installations and continuity in our customers’ processes. The same principles apply to all or our solutions, regardless of whether are used by local companies or major industrial enterprises.
Fields of application
- General mechanical engineering
- Heavy mechanical engineering
In all sectors of industry, our cranes and hoists guarantee that customer products are handled to meet the demands of the materials and help to boost productivity.
General mechanical engineering
We supply ergonomic solutions for workplaces in the mechanical engineering sector to provide for gentle and precise handling of the workpieces. From the storage to serving machines and in-house transport up to and including shipping operations, our cranes and hoists ensure offer optimum load handling.
Heavy mechanical engineering
With our broad range of crane and hoist products, we supply the equipment needed in all process steps in the production of heavy machinery. And with our crane installations that operate on three levels, we offer integrated logistics solutions for mechanical and plant engineering applications. The workplace cranes support the workers throughout the individual steps in the assembly process. The overhead travelling cranes on the middle level serve the workplaces with parts to be assembled. And the cranes on the upper level transport heavy load parts and are used to move the completed installations.
Crane technology supplied by Terex MHPS also plays an essential role in handling valuable machinery and installations. For example, with overhead travelling cranes that are used for placing loads on the vehicles for further transport. Or with mobile harbour cranes for transferring cargo to ships – including heavy machinery in tandem operation.