- In 30 years of manufacturing, North Pacific Crane has delivered over 2,000 cranes to clients throughout the world. We have achieved a reputation for supplying our clients with durable and reliable marine cranes. Some of our original cranes (which were manufactured back in the late 1970’s or early 1980’s) are still in operation today.
- Our clients for fishing cranes in Alaska include everyone from small independent fishing boats to large fishing trawlers owned by companies like Trident Seafood and Ocean Seafood. (Roughly 80-90% of the fishing boats featured on the TV show Deadliest Catch use fishing cranes provided by North Pacific Crane.)
- North Pacific Crane helps to support Alaska’s shipping industry, by providing dock cranes used to load and unload cargo from ships. Our dock cranes are now in use in Ketchikan, Homer, Anchorage, Petersburg, Sitka, and other cities in Alaska.
- NPCC have provided cranes to the oil & gas industry in Alaska to support maintenance and repair of the Alaska pipeline. Our barge cranes are used to lay new pipes for bridges that carry link sections of the pipeline across major rivers.
Kvichak Marine Industries, of Seattle, Wash. was a recipient of an American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) small shipyard grant awarded in August 2009. The grant funded much of the major equipment associated with the Company’s new metal processing facility, Flashmark Tech, which opened earlier this year. Another benefit of this grant is a new crane for their headquarters in Seattle, Wash. The crane is made by North Pacific Crane with a capacity of 35,000 pounds. The boom length is 31 ft with a pedestal height of 15 ft. The new crane is located at their bulkhead along the Lake Washington ship canal and will provide Kvichak with the capability of launching and lifting boats from the water at their bulkhead. This will lower the costs of production, expedite sea trial processes and open up their business to repair work that had not been possible before.
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- Patti Marine delivers its first ATB tug May 2010The tug also features a North Pacific Crane Co. MCT 10-40, 10-ton telescoping boom hydraulic crane with a 40′ reach, and a pair of JonRie Intertech 20,000-lb.-capacity hydraulic capstans.The Freedom SSRq s tankage includes 103,000 gals. of fuel oil; 2,400 gals. lube oil; 13,000 gals. wash water; 4,200 gals. potable water; and 2,000 gals. of sewage.The tug is classed ABS Class A1 Towing Service AMS Machinery, ABS Load Line Assignment and is certified USCG Subchapter C (Uninspected Towing Vessel).For more info visit the link mentioned below:-http://www.workboat.com/newsdetail.aspx?id=4294990785
- BBB-King 5 News
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