World launch of new hoisting technology


For more than 260 years J.D. Neuhaus has been writing hoist technology history through consistent product innovations.

JDN air hoists are now used in more than 70 different industries in over 90 countries. 

Australia was chosen to host the latest JDN technology – SubSea hoisting.

The new SubSea series has been developed for complex underwater lifting operations.

The equipment features variable speed control and overload protection and has an operating depth of up to 70m in water.

JDN offer air and hydraulic options, in capacities of 3 to 6 tonnes.

JDN hoisting and winching products are available from Pacific Hoists Pty Ltd.

Pacific Hoists Pty Ltd
Ph: 02 8825 6900

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