Condra grabbing crane working at the railhead serving Sishen Iron Ore Mine, near Kuruman, South Africa.

TIGHT SPACE CALLS FO...

Grabbing cranes are usually large machines with wide spans and high lifting heights.  Not so the Condra grabbing crane installed in February at the railhead serving Sishen Iron Ore Mine, near Kuruman, South Africa.   Completed in December and delivered by road in January, the crane is the final link in Sishen’s ore spillage recovery

Factory floor at Condra's Johannesburg works.

HUGE PORTALS DELIVER...

A leading construction company has taken delivery of two Condra 60-ton portal cranes for its pre-cast yard in Port Elizabeth.   The twin Class Three machines, each one weighing approximately 52 tons, are very large cranes with 30-metre spans and 9-metre lift heights.  They will be used for the manufacture of reinforced concrete columns for

Typical Overhead Cranes under Manufacture in Condra's Factory.

CRANES FOR TANKHOUSE...

The African market for tankhouse cranes is flourishing, with strong demand in a geographical band stretching from the Equator to the Tropic of Capricorn.  For end users of this type of crane, the main concern remains the same – prompt and effective after sales service.   Tankhouse cranes are double-girder electric travelling overhead machines that