Archive for the Ranger Category

  • Ranger Queensland Welcomes Carl Holdway

    We are thrilled to announce the newest addition to our Ranger Lifting family, Carl Holdaway, who brings an impressive 18 years of invaluable industry experience to our team. Carl's journey in the lifting and rigging industry is impressive to say the least. With a solid foundation of four years as an inspector/manufacturing expert, he seamlessly Read more
  • Revolutionising Lifting and Rigging with Ultra-Maxx HMPE Slings

    The Ultra-Maxx HMPE range of Round Slings are a game changer for the Lifting and Rigging Industry. Ultra-Maxx HMPE Round Slings made from continuous loops of HMPE fibres encapsulated in a durable, double-layer cover, bring a host of benefits that make them stand out in a crowded field of lifting equipment. Ashley Thacker, Managing Director Read more
  • Ranger Lifting Wins 2023 Family Business Excellence Award

    Ranger Lifting celebrates winning the Family Business Association 2023 Established Business (NSW & ACT) Award. The Family Business Association is made up of over 700 businesses nationally. Ranger has competed with 5 other finalists to become the overall winner of the Family Business Award in each category, to be presented at the Family Business Conference Read more
  • Ranger Lifting Launch Australia’s first LEEA Accredited Training Course for End-Users

    Lifting equipment experts, Ranger Lifting, have today launched a comprehensive online training program aimed at enhancing safe work practices within the lifting sector. This course is a first of it’s kind in Australia, setting a new standard within the industry. The training program course "Safe Use of Lifting Equipment," accessible through Ranger Lifting's 'Learning Hub,' Read more
  • Ranger Lifting becomes Australia’s first LEEA’s Accredited Training Provider

    Ranger Lifting has become Australia’s first LEEA Accredited Training provider, building on their original commitment as Australia’s first LEEA members over 13 years ago. Ranger Lifting underwent a series of audits and evaluations to become an Accredited User Training Company according to the LEEA’s Accredited Training Scheme, or ATS. The Lifting Equipment Engineers Association (LEEA) Read more
  • Introducing the Ultra-Link Synthetic Chain

    In the world of lifting and lashing, innovation is a driving force that continually reshapes the industry. Meet Ultra-Link Synthetic Chain, the latest breakthrough in chain technology. Manufactured from multiple layers of high-performance Dyneema fibre, this revolutionary textile chain brings a host of benefits that are transforming how we approach lifting and lashing applications. At Read more
  • Revolutionising Lifting and Rigging with Ultra-Maxx HMPE Slings

    The Ultra-Maxx HMPE (High Modulus Polyethylene) Round Slings is a game-changer to the Lifting and Rigging industry that's transforming the way we approach lifting tasks. These slings, made from continuous loops of HMPE fibers encapsulated in a durable, double-layer cover, bring a host of benefits that make them stand out in a crowded field of Read more
  • Adapting Vacuum Lifter to Meet Specific Lifting Requirements

    Ranger Lifting has modified a vacuum below-the-hook attachment for installation of key elements, as a large railway project enters a key phase. The Acimex vacuum lifter, manufactured in France has been adapted, to meet specific requirements for installing 1,000 elements over a two-year period, as a tunnel boring machine (TBM) is prepared for work. Leo Read more
  • 5 Tips for Using a Hand Winch Safely

    A hand winch is a valuable tool for lifting and pulling heavy objects, providing convenience and efficiency. However, it's crucial to prioritise safety when operating a hand winch to prevent accidents and ensure a successful outcome. In this blog post, we'll discuss five essential safety tips to keep in mind when using a hand winch. Read more
  • At what height do you need to wear a harness in Australia?

    Generally speaking, harnesses are required for all workers at heights of 2 metres or higher. There are different types of harnesses and fall arrest devices that exist and it is crucial to find the system that best suits your project. The type of harness required for your project will largely depend on your premises, the Read more