DALE Lifting and handling Specialists – DLH online – Can provide your company with LOLER periodic thorough examinations by competent lifting equipment engineers as required by the Lifting Operations and Lifting Equipment Regulations 1998 (LOLER) –
Dale Lifting and Handling Engineering Division, is a professional crane service organisation for overhead cranes and hoists in Greater Manchester and surrounding areas.
Please contact our service department on 0161 223 1990 for more details.
We provide expertise and products to increase the value and productivity of our customers' whilst significantly reducing downtime.
Dale Lifting and Handling have had ISO 9001 approval since 1998 and have an enviable reputation for quality and reliability.Dale - Managing your maintenance whilst allowing you to concentrate on your core business
Regular servicing is essential to ensure that your material-handling systems remain in good working order. Our fully equipped service vans and specialised service engineers guarantee rapid response times and minimal downtime.
Rest assured, if it’s possible to fix the problem, we will!
Safety dominates our thinking in every aspect of our business, products, and services with 100% safety built into every contract.
Dale has been a major force in the lifting equipment industry for over 170 years, and our expertise is provided locally from strategically placed sites in the North West.
Dale Lifting and Handling provides the very best after-sales support and all our work is fully guaranteed.
The work is done by our team of certified technicians and inspectors operating out of two locations. Dale offers an increasing unique local service for crane inspection and maintenance, which continues to be appreciated by our customers by achieving substantial savings in downtime.
Our services include repairs, inspections, compliance work, modernisations and maintenance on all types and brands of overhead cranes. We also provide a design services using CAD software to create the perfect solution for your crane installation needs.