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The Whiting brand has been a trusted name in the overhead crane industry for over 100 years. Each Whiting crane is custom designed and built to your exact specifications. All of our overhead bridge cranes are proudly assembled in our ISO 9001:2015 certified facility near Chicago while adhering to the strictest quality standards.

Whiting’s mechanical, structural, electrical and analytical engineering teams design and produce overhead cranes that meet practically any industry challenge. Whiting also has pre-engineered designs for low cost and rapid delivery.

doubleDouble Girder Cranes

Our pre-engineered or customized double girder designs for all CMAA classes are built to your exact specifications, ensuring durability, reliability and satisfaction.

Ash HandlingHeavy Duty Cranes

Whiting produces heavy-duty “tiger” cranes that are ideally suited for your really heavy jobs. Our structural fabrication capabilities, well equipped weld shop, CNC machining equipment and extensive assembly area assure quality cranes are produced to the most exact industry standards.

mediumdutyMedium/Heavy Duty Cranes

Our pre-engineered or Customized crane “ER” crane designs for CMAA classes C, D & E is a high quality overhead crane that meets your performance demands with a cost effective design, modern capabilities and quick delivery.

Gantry CranesGantry Cranes

Gantry cranes are adapted to applications where overhead runways would be very long, costly to erect and difficult to maintain in alignment. Gantry cranes also allow the runway to be extended relatively easily and inexpensively.

doubletrolleyDouble Trolley Cranes

A double trolley, five motion, top running bridge crane usually consists of two trolleys of equal lifting capacity.

Light Duty Craneslight

Whiting light duty cranes are available in single and double girder configurations and feature packaged hoists for CMAA class A & B service.

Polar Cranesnuclear

Reactor servicing cranes, or polar cranes, operate on a circular runway located near the spring line of the containment/reactor building. These cranes are primarily used to removal and replacement of the reactor head, as well as during the refueling process.