Specialised cranes designer and manufacturer : MC Levage in Hoist magazine

MC Levage : REEL’s subsidiary specialized in crane manufacturing

Loïc Stefan, large cranes projects Manager, presents MC Levage’s cranes and know-how in an interview given to Hoist Magazine.

Designing and manufacturing specialised cranes for sectors such as aeronautics, environmental processes and nuclear power requires a high level of engineering expertise — and so MC Levage, part of Reel since 2007, maintains a high proportion of engineers in its team.

“The main advantage we offer to our customers is that we are present throughout the life-cycle of the project,” says Stephan. “We develop and manufacture a solution to meet their specific needs, then further on provide maintenance, all the time accumulating experience of the project. The manufacturing and design sites across Reel communicate a lot, which ultimately makes the process more cost-effective, and means we can always be improving our processes and in-house capabilities.”

Present and Future

MC Levage design and manufacture highly specialised, non-standard cranes.

Through REEL, the company serves customers across the world, with a focus on aeronautics projects, says Stephan; aluminium handling projects are more commonly in the Middle East and Russia; nuclear projects tend to be in France; and the hydropower projects that the company supplies are also in France.

He also explains how the maintenance and retrofitting of existing installations is a regular source of work.

Environmental projects on the other hand, such as plants for processing methane, are on the increase.

 

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