OZ Lifting Products LLC has added to its ever-growing stainless steel range with a 0.5-ton capacity manual chain hoist and trolley.
A davit crane, manufactured by OZ Lifting Products LLC, was installed by Hilmerson Safety on the rooftop of a major regional teaching hospital located in Hastings, Minnesota recently.
Stainless steel manual brake winches from OZ Lifting Products LLC are an integral component of a patented kayak launch from Golden Boat Lifts.
OZ Lifting Products LLC will show its new Tele-Pro davit cranes at MODEX show (Booth 7947) on March 9-12, 2020 at Atlanta’s Georgia World Congress Center.
OZ Lifting Products LLC will debut at Water Environment Federation’s (WEF) Residuals and Biosolids Conference and Exhibition, which takes place March 31 to April 3, 2020 at the Minneapolis Convention Center, Minnesota. The expo spans the middle two days of the event on April 1-2.
OZ Lifting Products LLC has donated two 1-ton capacity beam clamps to the Kingman Unit of Mohave County Sheriff’s Office Search and Rescue team, a voluntary organization that plays a central role during emergencies in Mohave County, Arizona.
OZ Lifting Products LLC has added the 4,000-lb. capacity OZ4000EC to its range of electric chain hoists.
OZ Lifting Products LLC is offering an expanded push beam trolley range with patented width adjustment and locking mechanism, and glow-in-the-dark decals.
OZ Lifting Products LLC has launched the first in a new range of stainless steel products—a chain hoist, designed for lifting and pulling.
OZ Lifting Products LLC has launched the second in a new range of stainless steel products—a push beam trolley.
OZ Lifting Products LLC has revealed the third in a new range of stainless steel products—a beam clamp.
OZ Lifting Products LLC has launched a 600-lb. capacity wireless builder’s (wire rope) hoist, designed for use beyond the construction and building industries.
OZ Lifting Products LLC has received the 2020 Grainger Partners in Performance (PIP) award—for the third time.
OZ Lifting Products LLC has joined the Web Sling & Tie Down Association (WSTDA), a technical organization dedicated to the safe operation of all synthetic web slings and tie downs.