The health and well-being of the clients we serve and those who work at TNT Crane & Rigging Canada Inc. is our top priority. We continue to remain open and ready to serve you. In order to protect the health and wellness of our clients in response to COVID-19, we are monitoring the situation closely. We have adopted measures for the safety of our clients and staff. Please read through our policies regarding this situation to learn more.

The health and well-being of the clients we serve and those who work at TNT Crane & Rigging Canada Inc. is our top priority. We continue to remain open and ready to serve you. In order to protect the health and wellness of our clients in response to COVID-19, we are monitoring the situation closely. We have adopted measures for the safety of our clients and staff. Please read through our policies regarding this situation to learn more.

Crane News


TNT Crane Acquires Stampede Crane and Eagle West Cranes

Announcements, Events | Aug 7 / 14

TNT Crane & Rigging Enters International Market with Acquisition of Stampede Crane & Rigging and Eagle West Cranes INVESTMENT CREATES PLATFORM FOR FUTURE GROWTH IN CANADA HOUSTON, TX: TNT Crane & Rigging, Inc. is pleased to announce that it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Stampede Crane & Rigging Inc., Stampede Crane & Rigging…

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42 Ton Crane Man Basket Work – CNRL Hays Gas Plant

Mobile Cranes | Jun 4 / 14

42 Ton Crane Man Basket Work Here is Stampede Crane doing some crane man basket work for CNRL Hays gas plant. Very interesting job, enjoy! Stampede Crane & Rigging is a division of TNT Crane & Rigging Canada. Find out more here.   [prime_gallery width=”640″ height=”480″ desktop=”3″ tablet=”2″ mobile=”2″ autoresize=”true”]

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Accidents Prevention – 5 Critical Steps

Construction Safety | Jun 12 / 13

Written by: Robert Ingraham, Former HSE Director Eagle West Cranes, Inc. Accidents, incidents and near miss-events occur on construction sites every year and they are 100 percent preventable. Here are 5 critical steps that will reduce your risk: Step 1 – Identify the Critical Tasks A “Critical Task” is a task that has the potential…

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10 Steps to Prevent Crane Accidents

Construction Safety | May 12 / 11

12 May 2011 Written by: Robert Ingraham, Former HSE Director Eagle West Cranes Inc. and Stampede Crane & Rigging Inc both divisions of TNT Crane Canada Human error is the most common cause of crane accidents. This extends to both crane operators and those workers responsible for maintenance and safety procedures. Accidents often occur when crane…

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