Yes, Redfern Flinn is a family company that is proudly 100% Australian owned and managed.Go to Top
Please call Redfern Flinn Lifting Equipment in Sydney (02) 9756-6660, Melbourne (03) 9465 4441, or Newcastle (02) 4964-4566 or use the contact form if you are seeking additional information or assistance, or to arrange a site visit.Go to Top
Redfern Flinn Lifting Equipment recommends electric chain hoists and crane equipment from GIS, GH Cranes, Palamatic and Feltes.
Redfern Flinn Lifting Equipment designs, builds, installs, services and conducts major structural and mechanical inspections, as well as providing crane operator training tailored to your specific needs.Go to Top
Redfern Flinn Lifting Equipment works across all Melbourne metropolitan areas and regional Victoria. We provide crane design, manufacturing, installation, crane re-location, servicing, breakdown assistance, spare parts and crane training solutions for companies in Altona, Bayswater, Bundoora, Campbellfield, Clayton, Dandenong, Frankston, Laverton, Moorabin, Mulgrave, Preston, Scoresby, Somerton, South Melbourne, Thomastown, Tullamarine, and numerous other locations in Victoria.
We also have offices in Sydney servicing all parts of metropolitan Sydney and regional NSW, as well as our Newcastle office based in Beresfield servicing all parts of Newcastle, the Hunter region, northern and western NSW including Tamworth, Moree, Narrabri Ballina, Coffs Harbour and Dubbo.
Redfern Flinn can offer sales assistance in Qld, WA and Northern Territory for the design, manufacturing, installation, as well as advice for all large lifting and major infrastructure projects in the construction, mining, utilities and manufacturing sectors.Go to Top
Redfern Flinn Lifting Equipment has over 35 years industrial crane experience. We can assist with all aspects of industrial crane design, manufacture, installation, crane re-location, crane servicing, major mechanical and structural inspections, third party inspections, breakdown assistance, spare parts and industrial crane training solutions for your industrial cranes; as well as supplying wire rope hoists, electric chain hoists, vehicle hoists and other lifting equipment.
Our objective is to improve the efficiency, effectiveness and safety of your operations.
Redfern Flinn Lifting Equipment recommends and supplies crane equipment from GIS, GH Cranes, Feltes, and Palamatic.
Redfern Flinn Lifting Equipment can supply the complete range of high quality and reliable GIS Electric Chain Hoists and lifting equipment, which have been manufactured in Switzerland for over 50 years. We are also an Australian distributor of GH Cranes wire rope hoists and crane kits, which are manufactured in Spain; and since 1956, GH products have been sold to thousands of companies in more than 50 countries worldwide.
Feltes Portable Gantry cranes are a lightweight, easy to carry and move, but sturdy mobile gantry made in Germany. The gantry has been designed using collapsible lateral stands making the crane easy to move, transport and store. The height can also be adjusted to lift different size loads. We can supply all models, with a capacity up to 1,500kg.
In addition to supplying lifting equipment, Redfern Flinn Lifting Equipment can design, build and install tailored lifting solutions to meet your specific requirements.
The Redfern Flinn Lifting Equipment Service teams are experienced in conducting regular service, providing spare parts, undertaking repairs and assisting with breakdowns (24 x 7); as well as conducting major crane, hoist, vehicle hoist and vehicle jack inspections that support compliance to AS2550.1 2011 and AS 2550.3 2002.
Industrial Crane Training Australia is a division of Redfern Flinn Lifting Equipment. We offer both off-the-shelf, as well as tailored crane training solutions for crane operators who work in medium to large manufacturing companies. The training courses support compliance with AS2550.1 2011 and AS 2550.3 2002, as well as various State workplace safety regulations.
The training involves knowing what to do/not do with pre-operational checks, and when operating industrial lifting equipment; and what to do if something doesn’t look, feel or sound right. By being more aware of how to properly operate equipment and report incidents, your employees will be more aware of how to safely operate your equipment, thereby increasing their overall safety and productivity.
To assist in determining the right lifting equipment for your needs or to arrange a site visit, please contact us in Sydney (02) 9756-6660, Melbourne (03) 9465 4441 or Newcastle (02) 4964-4566.Go to Top