Latest News from Street CraneXpress

Street CraneXpress Ltd has received a prestigious award in recognition of its commitment to maintaining an excellent health and safety record.
Street CraneXpress electrical engineering apprentice Josh McKennan was shortlisted in the AMRC Apprentice of the Year awards, which celebrate the achievements of apprentices and their employers, and the contribution they make to industry.
After picking up a major contract with Southern Water, we are taking control of lifting equipment at 181 of their treatment works extending from East Kent through parts of Sussex, to Hampshire and the Isle of Wight.
Street CraneXpress is committed to safety in all aspects of its work. To ensure that our customers and our engineers are protected from harm, Street CraneXpress has invested in a number of high-quality MEWPs, built by renowned British manufacturer JCB.
Street CraneXpress, the Sheffield-based crane service provider, has been shortlisted for two LEEA Awards.
Street CraneXpress is lifting its performance to new heights. It is reflecting on the best results in its 40-year history, with rising turnover and staff numbers, and looking forward to further growth.
Our engineers are very much the face of Street CraneXpress. We're very proud to introduce our new engineers' workwear!
Street CraneXpress has been presented with a prestigious gold prize at the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) awards.
Street CraneXpress, the Sheffield-based crane maintenance and parts firm, is now working in conjunction with Crane Rail Surveys Ltd to deliver a new range of diagnostic services to UK customers.
A Sheffield based crane company is giving itself a lift in addressing the national shortage of skilled engineers. Street CraneXpress has launched its own ‘Training Passport’ as part of a four-year apprenticeship programme to secure a future supply of fully qualified workers.