About Us

We are an Australian heavy machinery hire business dealing with renting heavy and construction machinery to individuals and organizations. We are made up of high and excelling experience in the industry, highly committed to being fair in our dealings, and offering the best possible deals to you.

Our customer portfolio

Our customer portfolio has included clients of all scales, helping us understand all types of needs you may have and how to best cater to them with our services’ help. Our business values have helped us be where we are today, and we work to maintain this reputation and your unwavering trust in us.

our primary objective

We view you as our primary objective. This is why our business stands high in being very friendly and customer-oriented, providing services to ensure you are fully satisfied.

We make a detailed assessment

We make a detailed assessment of your requirements and then offer you cost-effective packages while offering you the most benefits.

wide range of equipment

We always have and will continue offering a wide range of equipment- all in workable conditions and safe to operate- so that all of your needs are covered and met.

heavy machinery

We also make sure to offer equipment and heavy machinery that is durable and well-reputed machinery manufacturers. Therefore, working with us, you get access to high-quality machinery at the most affordable prices.

In addition

In addition, before lending the machinery to you, we first undergo all possible safety measures and comply with the Australian Health and Safety requirements.

Contact Us

To avail of our services and know more about us, visit our website, or give us a call. You can also email us your inquiries, and our representatives will reply as soon as possible.
Email: Jean.Ballard@ablerentals.co.nz
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Safety tips that work around heavy equipment

There are hundreds of accidents in the construction industry every year. Heavy equipment operators, ground workers and pedestrians are injured or killed by heavy equipment. Many of these are the result of rollovers or individuals hit or crushed by equipment. Struck dead are one of the leading construction industries cause of death. 

  • The equipment is not blocked accordingly.
  • Falling objects and loads.
  • Heavy machinery overturned 
  • Operators fail to control their blind spots.
  • Collide with another piece of equipment or building
  • Use of warning signs when necessary.
  • Do not wear suitable clothes. 

Here are some ways to prevent an accident from occurring when working with heavy machinery:

Blind spots

Operators need to make sure to look around the car before going ahead and moving, even if that means getting out of the car and checking again. When your vision is limited, you can get a spotter to help you move the car by guiding you in the right direction knowing that there are no workers or buildings on the road. High visibility vests are mandatory on all sites so that the operator can see where the spotter is and who to look at the signs, but when it’s dark the lights can highlight the spots so they become visible. 

Spotters

Spotting is an effective way to prevent accidents between pedestrians and equipment and to protect nearby properties. Visibility and visual communications are very important. Earthmoving operators, overhead elevators, and other heavy construction procedures should have one. They should always wear a Hi-Viz, helmet, glowing gloves, and proper footwear so that operators know who to get directions from. Before proceeding with anything, the spotter and operator must agree on the commands to be used so that there is no confusion, as well as carry out a risk assessment in order to avoid any danger.  

Operators work practice

Operators must have full training and have all the necessary certificates to operate that specific machine to help reduce all risks.

  • Familiarize yourself with the equipment they will use. Must provide an operator’s manual.
  • Observe machinery carefully before using such as brakes, headlights, wipers, horn to name a few.
  • Adjust the mirrors so you can see your blind spots.
  • Always wear a seat belt
  • Do not overload the equipment
  • Stop the engine when leaving the vehicle
  • There are additional risks that traders need to consider such as the weather and terrain they are working on. 

Communication 

Make sure you have constant communication with the people who work around you. A two-way radio is the best form of communication. If a radio is not available, have a spotter direct you using hand signals instead. This should be discussed at every security meeting and reinforced by the foreman on site.

Daily inspection of the machine

All heavy equipment should be thoroughly inspected. This involves checking all parts of the machinery to check for damage and to make sure the machine is operating properly. Hydraulic hoses, oil level, brakes, fuel tanks and many other components need to be examined. Once the checklist is complete, operators should then report it to the mechanics and safety department. This is done on a cloud-based device to help improve communication between the operator and the mechanic. It is therefore stored in a safe place and can be reached anywhere when needed. 

Load limits

Operators should know the load limits for the heavy machinery they are using. Depending on the way the equipment has been installed and its size, the load limits can change dramatically. When lifting any type of object with a machine, make sure the cargo is safe with the appropriate rigging accessories and always inspect to make sure they are in good working condition. As with all equipment procedures, make sure all workers are at a safe distance when lifting and moving loads. 

Work limits

If you don’t feel comfortable in a given situation, even if you have been asked to do so, don’t move on. If it is safe to do so, go out and evaluate the area making sure everything is safe and there are no dangers around. Staying calm and being alert will allow you to be more comfortable and productive unless it’s dangerous.

Heavy machinery handling

From the handling of heavy machinery inside a factory, up to their transfer to a new facility, AB Traslochi is the point of contact with the experience and skills necessary to guarantee quick, safe and smooth movements.

Making use of specific means and specialized employees, regardless of the size of the project , AB Traslochi will be able to manage each phase, both nationally and internationally, providing, where required, also to deal with all administrative and / or customs provisions in different foreign countries.

For the handling of heavy machinery, therefore, we invite you to be wary of improvised companies and quotes that are a little “too cheap”,quality and safety pays off in all sectors .

Why choose AB Traslochi for the heavy machinery handling service?
AB Traslochi boasts twenty years of experience in the heavy machinery handling service and is a member of the Professional Movers Association , a guarantee of professional work and in compliance with the most rigorous safety standards.

Thanks to the use of special equipment and vehicles and the use of qualified personnel only , AB Traslochi is able to handle heavy machinery of any size and weight, both inside and outside buildings and / or proceed with the related complex transports, satisfying your every need, with “ad hoc” planning.

What is the heavy machinery handling service?
Before proceeding with the handling of heavy machinery, during an inspection at your premises , a specific analysis will be carried out in relation to the type of goods to be moved.

The dimensions and weight of the machinery involved will be examined , in order to determine the most suitable vehicle to use and evaluate the handling-repositioning maneuvers to be carried out, as well as providing the customer with a timely cost estimate.
You will be followed step by step in all phases, you will be guaranteed a meticulously planned , efficient, rapid service and with protection, including insurance, of the integrity of your goods .