The Right Crane

At General Steel Crane & Rigging, we have the right crane for all types of jobs.

Crane & Rigging Solutions

General Steel is ranked 76th in the AC&T (American Cranes & Transport Magazine) Top 100 largest crane companies in North America.

24/7 Support

General Steel offers crane service for outages and shutdowns with coverage around the clock, seven days a week.

The Right Crane for Your Job

At General Steel Crane & Rigging, we have the right crane for all types of jobs. Whether you need a 15-ton boom truck to set trusses for a few hours or a 500-ton all-terrain crane to work in a petrochemical facility around the clock, General Steel Crane & Rigging has you covered.

Crane & Rigging Solutions

General Steel is ranked 76th in the AC&T (American Cranes & Transport Magazine) Top 100 largest crane companies in North America. We offer the latest in equipment with a fleet of over 30 cranes for any type of job. We offer plant cranes, boom trucks, rough-terrain cranes (RT crane), truck cranes, and all-terrain cranes (AT cranes).

24/7 Support

General Steel offers crane service for outages and shutdowns with coverage around the clock, seven days a week. Our services not only consist of crane rental for outage work, but we also offer support for preplanning and critical lift planning, along with onsite lift management and supervision.

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LOAD CHARTS

LOAD CHARTS

Learn about the specs of General Steel's All Terrain, Hydraulic Truck, and Rough Terrain Fleet.

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CRANE RENTAL

CRANE RENTAL

Our crane fleet consists of Broderson, Shuttle Lift, National, Terex, Link-Belt, Grove, and Liebherr cranes.

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MACHINERY MOVING

MACHINERY MOVING

Our services go far beyond just another crane rental company. We offer a full-service rigging, machinery-moving, and heavy-hauling department.

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ABOUT GENERAL STEEL

With locations in Evansville, Indiana; Bowling Green, Kentucky; Elizabethtown, Kentucky; and Hopkinsville, Kentucky, we serve clients in Tennessee, Kentucky, Southern Illinois, Southern Indiana, Missouri, and Ohio.

First established in 1966, General Steel began in Western Kentucky and has since grown to have offices in four locations. What started as a small construction company with one crane, has transformed into a major crane rental, rigging, machinery-moving, and millwright company.