Nobles & Bridon-Bekaert is Australia’s leading specialist provider of lifting & rigging equipment, technical services & engineering design for complete solutions to your heaviest and most complex lifting requirements. With a company history dating back over 100 years Nobles has 12 locations across all mainland states of Australia and the Northern Territory supplying and servicing geographically dispersed and highly demanding industries including: mining, oil & gas, cranes & construction, shipping & transport, manufacturing, defence, utilities as well as other agricultural & industrial sectors.
Our state warehousing and production centres carry substantial stock and can undertake the manufacture and testing of our products which include: wire rope, strand & terminations; wire rope, synthetic & chain slings; lifting, general purpose & mooring chain; hoisting & winching equipment; lifting & rigging components, hardware & accessories; blocks, swivels & materials handling equipment; height safety harnesses & equipment; electronic load measuring systems; and load restraint & vehicle recovery devices.
Nobles also provides a range of in-house customer engineering and technical services for all your highly specialised and complex lifting/rigging needs including: engineering design, manufacture & audit of standard & special lifting gear; developing custom lifting procedures, guidelines & lift plans; assessment of lifting gear & cranes for repair & maintenance; big lift division for heavy lift slings & testing; on-site testing, inspection & asset management; destructive & non-destructive testing; crane servicing, inspection & assessment; electronic load cell calibration & hire; project management, lifting gear procurement, hire & site management; technical training seminars & literature; and on-site load testing using water weights for industrial & off-shore marine applications.
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