LSI-Robway is a new distributor for Orlaco Crane Cameras

By Shiffler D.Ann17 April 2013

LSI-Robway has been named the North American distributor for Orlaco Crane Cameras.

LSI-Robway has been named the North American distributor for Orlaco Crane Cameras.

American Cranes & Transport has learned exclusively that LSI-Robway has been appointed North American distributor of Orlaco's Crane Camera product line. LSI-Robway manufactures wireless crane monitoring systems and related wireless technology. Orlaco is a manufacturer of cameras for many industrial applications.

Michael Brooke, North American sales manager for LSI-Robway, says his company is “excited for the addition of the Orlaco camera line, which will add to our diverse offerings for crane safety systems.”

Orlaco produces a camera system that offers 7- and 12-inch displays to view a crane’s load through a zoom camera, which allows the operator to better see loads on the hook. Orlaco also can provide smaller cameras to monitor the hoist drums and the swing area of the crane to allow the operator to view potential collisions during the swing or rotation of the crane or in moving it to different location.

Orlcao’s Twan Pelders said he is pleased with the addition of LSI-Robway to their worldwide dealership network.

“We feel that, with LSI-Robway’s expertise in crane safety instrumentation, they will add to our footprint in North America and worldwide with their five offices in Quebec City, Canada; Houston, Texas; Aberdeen, Scotland; Adelaide, Australia and Dubai, UAE.”

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