Professional Crane Inspections Northwest has been acquired by CraneTech USA!
CraneTech provides fast, high quality crane services to industrial and manufacturing companies in Spokane Washington. Time is money, and every minute that your crane is down is critical. That's why we offer preventative maintenance, inspections, and emergency crane repair services.
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When you have a crane or hoist break down unexpectedly, we’re there for you 24/7, 365 days a year. Our mission is to get your crane or hoist back in service during the initial visit, if possible so that you can complete your shift with limited downtime. If your equipment requires factory parts, we are fully staffed to expedite the order and manage delivery follow-up to get your equipment back into production.
CraneTech has significant resources that enable us to respond to big problems with fast, effective solutions. Often we are able to make a safe and temporary repair when the proper crane or hoist parts for a permanent repair are not immediately available. Our Operations Team then works with you to plan a long-term solution to prevent further unplanned breakdowns. This plan may include additional parts or components, increased frequency of preventive maintenance, modernization or upgrade of existing equipment or even replacement of the hoist or crane unit.
Spokane is known as "Hooptown USA" because the city hosts the world's largest basketball tournament. The city is home to over 228,989 people. The PCI Northwest Office, now a CraneTech office, is located minutes away at 24810 E Wellsley, Otis Orchards, WA. 99027
Business in Spokane
Spokane is an aerospace manufacturing hub due to its higher education institutions, location, and the presence of Fairchild Air Force base. This military base is the city's largest employer.
Neighborhoods in Spokane
Riverside - the downtown and business district of Spokane that contains the Spokane Convention Center and Spokane Arena
University District - to the east of downtown, this area contains Gonzaga, Whitworth, a branch of University of Washington, and Community Colleges of Spokane.
Hillyard - is a historic business district that used to be its own town in the 19th century
Brown's Addition - was an elite neighborhood in Spokane in the 20th century, with Tudor Revival homes and mansions