NMT Crane Hire Ltd

NMT Crane Hire Ltd
2 Postley House, Woburn Road Industrial Estate, Kempston,
Bedford
MK42 7BU
United Kingdom
Phone: 0800 026 6985

NMT Crane Hire we have an impressive fleet of All Terrain Mobile Cranes, we have invested over 10 million in the last three years.

We provide a high quality service and cater to your needs, regardless of the size of the task. We have a wide range of mobile telescopic cranes, ranging from a very compact 10 ton Kato City crane, to an equally compact Terex Demag 400 ton crane. We also offer trailers which carry up to 100 tons, extendable trailers up to 70 ft with auto and remote control steering.

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