Our crane business is our core activity in the field of lifting technology, and we are the market leaders in the region. The state-of-the-art design and unique parameters of our equipment allow us to carry out even the most complex lifting tasks.

Our mobile and truck-mounted cranes, which have a nominal capacity of 450 tonnes, are available nationwide for both indoor and outdoor work.

if you are interested in our services as a private person, feel free to call us

We offer complete crane services

If you do not have a certified banksman or slingers available, we can provide personnel to ensure that the lifting operation is legally compliant.

In addition to the standard lashing equipment on our cranes, depending on your requirements we can also supply traverse and lifting beams.

We have a 30-tonne lifting platform: the machine to be moved into the building is lifted to the opening in the building wall by attaching the platform to the crane, where the machine can be easily moved into the building once the platform has been secured.

Lifting plans and lifting technology instructions

We also prepare lifting plans and instructions for our crane services. The load path is spatially represented in 3D using dedicated software (AutoCAD 2023, CRANIMAX - Crane Bee, Liebherr LICCON), in compliance with legislation and regulations (Lifting Equipment Safety Regulations: EBSZ), with maximum safety at work and the highest achievable level of quality.

Our crane services

Our crane services

  • lifting boats
  • lifting mobile homes, house elements and containers
  • lifting pools and jacuzzis
  • lifting building materials, roof structures, beams and structural elements
  • hall construction and panel lifting
  • lifting machinery and equipment, both indoors and outdoors
  • moving machinery and materials on indoor slabs
  • lifting tanks and silos
  • double and triple lifting
  • installing revolving tower cranes
  • erecting and installing overhead cranes, conveyor belts and crane tracks
  • lifting lathes, milling and grinding machines, press brakes and other machines
  • loading and unloading vehicles
  • special lifting assignments
  • other lifting tasks

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Lifting up to 1100 tonnes

In 2020 we purchased Enerpac gantry lifting equipment, which extended our range of services to include lifting up to 1,100 tonnes nominal capacity. With our 1,100 tonne and 400 tonne capacity gantry cranes, we can carry out any precision heavy machinery handling task in Hungary and Central and Eastern Europe.

Lifting up to 1100 tonnes
Eszközparkunk folyamatos fejlesztés alatt áll, hogy hatékony megoldást nyújtsunk akár speciális daruzási feladatok esetén is.

What does our crane service include?

We offer the following crane services to meet your needs:

  • cranes (truck-mounted, vehicle-mounted and electric mobile cranes)
  • qualified crane operators
  • any necessary lifting accessories for specific categories of crane (ropes, lifting points, shackles, master rings, etc.)
  • load binding staff
  • banksman
  • traverse and lifting beams
  • a lifting plan based on the specifications of the job
  • lifting instructions
  • risk assessment

What does our crane service include?
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Safety is extremely important to us

At Megakrán, we pay special attention to health and safety. Our quality management and safety systems are audited annually by Apave Belgium SA (VCA) and QSCert, spol s.r.o (ISO).

In addition, our lifting and crane operations are covered by a HUF 700 million liability insurance policy to ensure maximum safety and protection for our customers.


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FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

We can provide professional on-site assistance on request: we will determine the exact category of crane or rental machine required for the job.

The fee for transporting the hoist to and from the place of performance, which, in addition to the transport costs, includes the one-off transport to the site of the crane, its operating personnel, the wood for supporting the stabilizer jacks and the required counterweight.

“Lifting plan/lifting instructions: a plan to be drawn up by the user of the lifting machinery before starting the following lifting operations: – where the conditions for the safe operation of hoists with overlapping ranges must be established, – where loads are lifted with several cranes, – where lifting takes place near public areas, – where the lifting equipment is installed and/or operated near areas within reach of inhabited buildings, for lifting near high and low voltage overhead power lines, where the manager of the establishment providing the work area requests it because of the technological processes taking place in the area.” Equipment Safety Regulations, EBSZ

General fastening equipment and accessories:

• 1 chain sling, 4 legged, max. 12 tonnes

• 4 slings, 3m long, max. 2 tonnes

• 4 slings, 4m long, max. 3 tonnes

• 4 slings, 5m long, max. 5 tonnes

• 2 slings, 6m long, max. 10 tonnes

• 4 shackles, max. 4.75 tonnes

• 4 shackles, max. 12 tonnes

For special lifting tasks, the customer must indicate in advance the need for additional equipment.

The lifting fee always includes the crane operator’s fee.

An ad hoc permit may be issued under municipal authority to allow access to certain parts of the city or streets in cases where access is restricted by a sign.

A public land use permit is required:

a) for the installation of air conditioners, shop roofs, canopies and awnings that project more than 10 cm above a public area,

b) in connection with construction work, the placement of scaffolding, building materials, rubble, construction machinery or equipment, the establishment of a construction site, the storage and placement of materials, auxiliary equipment and structures, waste and waste containers,

c) for making film, radio and television recordings, if they restrict the proper use of public space,

d) for sales activities in a public place,

e) for any use of green space for a purpose other than its intended use,

f) for the installation of vending machines and cash machines in or projecting into public areas,

g) for the erection of stalls, kiosks, pavilions, booths and similar structures,

h) to run a mobile shop,

i) for productions and fairground and amusement park entertainment,

j) for traders, intending to use the public area adjacent to their shop front for temporary or seasonal sales,

k) for the storage in public areas of vehicles that have been withdrawn from service, are unmarked, technically invalid or inoperable,

l) for the use of public land to store firewood or building materials, if the duration of such use exceeds 24 hours,

m) for any use of public land other than its intended use,

n) for the use of public land by a private individual to build a garage.

Both the quote and the contract contain unit prices. Your payment will be based on the certificate of completion.

For hourly rate contracts, the hours worked are calculated based on a certificate of completion issued after the work has been completed, in accordance with the terms and conditions set out in the contract. For the purposes of issuing a certificate of completion, each hour of work started counts as a full hour.

As a general business practice, we issue an invoice for the gross amount (including VAT), to the customer upon completion of the contract, in accordance with the payment terms set out in the contract. The customer has to pay the gross amount to us (the seller) within the payment period specified on the invoice. In the case of reverse charge taxation, the tax amount is determined by the customer, so the invoice is issued net of VAT. In this case, the customer declares the tax (in accordance with the relevant legislation). The rules for FADs are set out in Section 142 of the VAT Code and their application is not optional. Reverse charges apply if the conditions set out in Section 142 of the VAT Code are met (e.g. subject to planning permission or an official procedure).

According to our internal company rules, new clients must pay us in advance by bank transfer for their first three orders (both for rented machines and crane services). For subsequent orders, customers can pay us by bank transfer with eight-day payment terms.

According to the Lifting Equipment Safety Regulations, EBSZ:

A load binder is:

A person authorised and entrusted with the task of securing the load. If the crane is equipped with a load handling device which grips the load automatically and is controlled by the crane operator, the operator does the job of the load binder, provided that the load is clearly visible from the operator’s position.


A designated slinger, who gives signals or verbal instructions to the operator of the lifting equipment concerning the lifting, moving and lowering of the load and who has been authorised to do so by the user.

Slinger, banksman:

Suspending the load, attaching the load to the lifting device of the lifting machinery, and signalling to the lifting machinery operator can be done independently by a person who is

- over the age of 18,

- fit to perform the duties of the post on the basis of an initial and periodic occupational health assessment in accordance with the relevant legislation, and

- has demonstrably acquired the professional and safety knowledge required for their work through training.

Do you have any questions?

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