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Genie sets the standard by which other lifts are judged. Simply put, we build a better lift. Our innovative designs and reliable products have made Genie a world leader in the production of material lifts, portable aerial work platforms, scissor lifts, and self-propelled telescopic and articulated booms. The company began in 1966 with the introduction of the Genie Hoist, a portable, pneumatic material lift. We quickly gained worldwide recognition with additional material lifts and a series of aerial work platforms, each one representing a breakthrough in product design. Today, as part of the Terex organization, Genie remains at the forefront of innovative design and quality production. Our lifts are the first choice on construction and industrial sites around the world. People are the key to our success. Genie has grown from a small core group into a team of more than 1905 engineers, craftsmen, and customer service staff. The goal of this team is complete customer satisfaction, for every customer. To reach this goal, our people excel in four areas: We set high quality standards for each step of the manufacturing process, from design to distribution. We monitor our own performance against these standards to assure reliable products. We continuously improve our lifting equipment to meet the needs of an ever-changing market. Our efforts to produce better products and harness new technology have earned numerous patents worldwide. We deliver the most comprehensive technical support system in the industry. Our team members work together to keep Genie equipment on the job longer. We provide our customers with superior value by selling products with ideal capabilities, for a variety of applications, at competitive prices. Genie products are built in seven specialized manufacturing plants comprising nearly one million square feet. We currently serve customers in 72 countries and continue to expand our global distribution network. Genie is headquartered in Redmond, Washington, USA, with branch offices in the United Kingdom and Western Europe.
Crank lifts will prevent injuries and enable stage crews to easily move heavy items with ease. A crank up lift can typically be used to lift up anywhere from 100 LBs to 500 LBs of materials. Every crank lift has different adjustable heights that they can lift. Most cranks lifts are able to lift objects at least 13 feet. Some can go as high as 20 feet. Most crank lifts are different than a regular conventional lighting lift because they are more mobile and take less time to set up. In only takes a few minutes for one person to set up or take apart several crank lifts. Other features of a crank lift stand are that they have collapsible legs, built in wheels so that they can be easily moved and they have a multiple locking mechanisms for safety reasons. The locks will keep the crank lift in place and prevent it from sliding or moving even an inch. A truss crank lift is a type of crank lift, which can also be used to load up and unload heavy items. They are extremely stable and wonâ??t be easily knocked down by clumsy passer-byers that bump into it. Crank lifts usually come with state of the art heavy-duty steel cables that have been readily tested and proven to hold up. Make sure to use crank lifts that are compatible with other truss systems.