Tower Crane

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Tower Crane Description

A tower crane is a stationary device designed to lift, lower and move heavy materials. Tower cranes consist of a base, which is bolted to a large concrete pad that supports the crane, a vertical tower which often grows in height during the course of a project, and a jib that rests on top of the tower along with the operators’ cab.

There are two types of tower crane – standard and self-erecting. Both can rise many hundreds of metres into the air and are commonplace on construction sites.

Insurance products are provided by National Transport Insurance, a joint venture of the insurers Insurance Australia Limited trading as CGU  Insurance ABN 11 000 016 722 AFSL 227681  and AAI Limited Trading as Vero Insurance ABN 48 005 297 807 AFSL 230859 each holding a 50% share. National Transport Insurance is administered on behalf of the insurers by its manager NTI Limited ABN 84 000 746 109 AFSL 237246.
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