Dowrie launches new national partnership


Dowrie Cranes has formed a unique partnership with Italian manufacturer Donati Sollevamenti Srl (Donati). 

The new national partnership will see Dowrie Cranes add the Donati range of electric chain and wire rope hoists to its overhead cranes and lifting solutions for the Australian market.

The new Dowrie Donati partnership extends Dowries’ low cost overhead crane designs and material handling solutions and allows Dowrie to compete head on with the more expensive European suppliers.

“This combination of Dowrie Cranes and Donati equipment is the perfect marriage, says Mr Kelly Blount, National Sales Manager, Dowrie Cranes.

“It provides customers the best value for money and combines European technology, simplicity and reliability with local Dowrie Cranes designs.

“The Donati hoists are manufactured in Europe to precise and exacting standards and make a perfect fit to our existing low cost overhead crane designs and material handling solutions.” 

The Donati wire rope and electric chain hoists together with complete crane sets and spare parts are stocked in Australia by Dowrie Cranes to ensure short delivery times for resellers and end user customers.

Dowrie Cranes has been an overhead crane industry leader in Queensland for more than a century.

Its expertise in crane design and manufacture, spare parts and service has gained the company an enviable reputation in reliability, price and service.

Dowrie Cranes boasts qualified mechanical and electrical tradespersons in both the manufacturing and service divisions. And the sales team has a detailed knowledge of the technical and commercial advantages of the Dowrie and Donati range.

Dowrie Cranes are committed to delivering quality engineered products at affordable prices.

Dowrie Cranes
Ph: 1300 369 743

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