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MyCrane introduces independently developed crane selector tool

March 9, 2022  By Crane & Hoist Canada staff

MyCraneMyCrane CEO Andrei Geikalo

MyCrane has introduced a new universally accessible crane selection tool available to the lifting industry.

The independently developed MyCrane Selector tool allows users to quickly identify the ideal crane for their lift, as well as the crane’s capacity and optimum configuration. It is the latest innovation from Dubai-based MyCrane, a digital disruptor in the cranes and construction space.

“Our mission is to innovate in order to make life easier for all those involved in the lifting industry, which is why we are introducing new tools such as this,” said MyCrane CEO Andrei Geikalo.

“Before any client can proceed with a lifting project, he first needs to determine which capacity crane should be used. By integrating official crane manufacturer charts, which detail the capacity of the crane in certain configurations, our Selector tool is able to identify the right equipment while also taking the customer’s cargo into consideration, and the position of the crane.”


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Following extensive development and testing, the free tool is loaded with technical data about crawler cranes and mobile cranes manufactured by Liebherr, Demag/Tadano, XCMG, Sany and Grove. Further cranes and manufacturers are being added on a continuous basis.

After inputting the radius, the height of the lift and the dimensions and weight of their cargo, clients can use the Selector tool to find the perfect equipment. Users can then visit the procurement portal to search for the crane they need.

“Just as we have done with our digital crane rental tool, we have improved the work process for the customer. No longer do engineers at construction and lifting companies have to refer to physical crane charts to manually calculate the right crane configuration,” Geikalo said. “Now, they can simply access MyCrane to find the right crane for the task – and for free.”

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