The traditional definition of a rigger is a person that uses hoists and pulleys. This also includes anyone engaged in the lifting, moving and transporting, positioning, pulling and securing of heavy equipment, machines and over-sized loads.
In San Diego, rigging is often associated with craning. Riggers often use cranes to make rigged loads more efficient and, in many cases, safer.
C & R Transfer has the rigging experience, infrastructure and technical knowledge to ensure a speedy machinery relocation with minimum downtime. While our tractors, trailers and forklifts handle the most machinery lifting and moving, we can also provide cranes with a wide range of lifting capacities .
The C & R Transfer rigging team researches and plans each relocation project. Thorough research and planning prevents equipment damage, and reduces the chances of workplace injuries.