Bigge to rent cranes online

12 March 2019

Bigge Crane and Rigging Co. announced on Tuesday, March 12, 2019 that it will begin renting cranes online from its Gulf Coast Headquarters in Houston, TX through its new booking portal OnlineCraneRental.com

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Bigge Crane and Rigging Co. will rent cranes online with its new website OnlineCraneRental.com   

According to sales manager, Robert Apo, “OnlineCraneRental.com is designed to be as transparent as possible making renting a crane for your next project easy. Customers with jobs in the Gulf Coast will be able to choose and reserve 35-ton to 160-ton rough terrain cranes online starting today.  We strive to deliver the best rates and eliminate the need for back and forth negotiation. The rates on the website will change based on availability and demand. We are excited about this launch and plan on expanding this offering to more markets and adding more equipment to the portal in the future.” 

OnlineCraneRental.com is an easy to use website that allows customers to select the equipment they are interested in and book it for up to 6 months. At this time, we offer our top of the line Tadano rough terrains for rent which include, the GR-1600XL, GR-1200XL,  GR-1000XL, GR-750XL, GR-550XL and GR-350XL.

Since 1916, Bigge Crane and Rigging Co. has been the premier provider of crane rental, sales, and specialized heavy lift services across America. Bigge operates the largest Tadano rough terrain fleet in North America from its Gulf Coast headquarters in Houston, TX and sixteen other locations across the United States.

 

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