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Our case studies describe projects where Modulift has either supplied the off-the-shelf range of products, or have adapted existing designs to suit individual requirements. Additionally we also offer a unique Custom Design Service depending on your lifting needs. 

Please see our Case Studies below.

Boat Lifts

Icelandic crane rental company DS Lausnir provided lifting and rigging gear, including a frame made of Modulift beams, to lift a 45t boat into water for the first time. Click here for more information

UK-based Osprey Ltd., a specialist in the onshore and offshore transportation and lifting of heavy or abnormal loads. Click here for more information



Dorian, one of Dunkirk’s little ships, has been in restoration in Southampton since 2011. Click here for more information.



Muskoka Bay IMage New construction methods that are more efficient and cost effective increasingly rely on lifting specialists like Modulift to hoist large prefabricated components in to place. Click here for more information

city lifitng website imageIn one of the most complex series of lifts in recent memory, rental firm City Lifting utilised a number of cranes and a variety of below-the-hook equipment to mobilise and erect a state-of-the-art digital air-traffic control tower at London City Airport. Click here for more information

Baltic mobile crane rental company Strele Logistcis supplied lifting and rigging equipment, including a Modulift Spreader beam, as a 49t chimney was installed. Click here for more information

Rental firm Bryson Crane employed two spreader beams, manufactured by Modulift, below-the-hook of a Terex all-terrain crane to lift the first of 17 90,000-lb. Click here for more information


Look no further than the Modulift Lattice Spreader Beam! “It is incredibly well built and very safe.” The Modulift Lattice Spreader is designed for light loads that require multiple support points along its length. Click here for more information

Three Modulift spreader beams were used in a one-over-two configuration beneath the hook of a 350t capacity mobile crane. Click here for more information 


A modular spreader frame was key to lifting the 4.2t bell tower back into place, as restoration of Manchester's Wythenshawe Hall continues. Click here for more information



Modulift spreader beams combined with other rigging equipment in 19 different configurations to complete over 200 lifts during modular construction of the citizenM Hotel in South Lake Union, Seattle, Washington recently. Click here for more information



guay visit MalcA Modulift spreader beam was used beneath the hook of largest mobile crane manufactured in serial production in the world, at the Turcot Interchange, a three-level stack freeway project in Quebec, Canada. Click her for more information

Heavy Lift

1500 tonne Spreader BeamModulift has manufactured its largest ever spreader beam that can lift a staggering 1,500t at a span of 20m. The feat of below-the-hook engineering was delivered to Holland based Safe Lifting Europe B.V. Click here for more information


Lifting Gear

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Specialist Lifting Engineering company Modulift, were recently engaged by Swanage Railway to assist with a project to safely lift an old steam locomotive , The Southern Railway U Class 31806 needed to be lifted free of its wheels in a workshop to allow replacement of the main bearings that had become worn over time. Click here for more information

Modulift Spreader frame lifting a four wheel drive vehicleA modular spreader frame was centre stage at Pinewood Studios recently as FLG Services, a lifting equipment hire specialist, provided a solution to lift a four-wheel drive vehicle for a top-secret filming project at the iconic location. Click here for more information

Modulift Spreader Frame lifting the famous horse statues on to a lorryIrish rental firm O’Carroll Haulage and Crane Hire used a modular spreader frame to lift two famous bronze statues and place them into temporary storage while a major  construction project takes place at the Curragh Racecourse. Click here for more  information

A modular spreader frame comprising Modulift beams is being used to lift handcrafted boats during filming of the History Channel’s “Vikings” historical drama series in Co. Wicklow, Ireland. Click here for more information


Iceland 4A modular spreader beam was key to the successful lift of four new storage tanks for fishing and processing company, Ísfélag Vestmannaeyja hf, recently. Click here for more information




Modulift Spreader Beams in a one over two. Lifting a load of containers, power cabinets and a space frameModulift supplied a custom below-the-hook solution to lift an 85t load from the dockside onto a vessel at Hyundai Heavy Industries’ shipyard in Mipo Bay, Ulsan, Korea. Click here for more information


Green MarineLifting a 300 tonne wave energy device out of the North Sea is no easy task, so when the energy support services company, Green Marine was asked by Wave Energy Scotland to decommission the equipment, Click here for more information


Modular Buildings

Modulift one-over-two-over-four spreader beam configuration lifting a modular building over a houseBelow-the-hook equipment manufacturer Modulift provided a solution when the height of rigging had to be kept to a minimum. Click here for more information



Modulift Spreader Beams lifitng half a heli pad on to a ship

Certex (UK) used two modified spreader beams from Modulift’s heavy, off-the-shelf range to lift two none identical halves of a helipad. Click here for more information 

Modulift Spreader Beam lifting components from an oil rig above the seaModulift designed and manufactured two 550t WLL Spreader Beams for the Offshore Transportation & Installation of Pre Assembled Units onto Floating Production, Storage, and Offloading vessels. Click here for more information

Bridon-bekaert Ropes Group supplied a pair of Modulift spreader beams with a series of sheathed spiral strand mooring lines manufactured at the former’s Neptune Quay facility in Newcastle, UK for Bluewater Energy Services. Click here for more information

A 6t capacity spreader beam was the linchpin in lifting navigation skids onto offshore structures that guide vessel traffic and helicopters operating in Dutch waters of the North Sea. Click here for more information



Two Modulift spreader beams have enhanced productivity, allowing two steel coils to be lifted at the same time at the Ingeniero Buitrago Port in Argentina. Click here for more information


Below-the-hook equipment manufacturer Modulift and Siemens HTT combined forces to design a special rig for lifting modules that weighed nearly 200t a piece. Click here for more information


Two Modulift spreader beams were utilised below the hooks of a pair of Liebherr telescopic boom cranes as a floating tidal energy project was dismantled at the Port of Vigo, on the northwest coast of Spain. Click here for more information


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Modulift’s team of in-house experts designed, manufactured and delivered two custom lifting frames for the High Speed 2 (HS2) project, all within 6 weeks from the initial contact. Click here for more information.



Ship Building

Modulift one-over-two spreader beam rig lifting components of a wind turbine

Modulift, designed and built spreaders to lift the world’s most powerful gas turbine: the Rolls-Royce MT30 turbine. Click here for more information 




Modulift Subsea Spreader Beam lifting an instalment of a subsea heavy-oil rig

Modulift has manufactured two custom subsea spreader beams for one of the worlds leading Subsea Construction Company’s who are currently conducting a large-scale engineering, procurement, installation and construction. Click here for more information

Modulift Subsea Spreader BeamModulift provided a custom lifting beam as specialist pipeline contractor Stockton Drilling completed multiple lifts of a 28t, 18m-long tunnel boring machine that was working subsea at the Beatrice Offshore Wind farm/Direct Pipe Landfalls project. Click here for more information

Below-the-hook equipment manufacturer Modulift recently refurbished two subsea spreader beams for a major subsea installation contractor before they were used to lift 260t and 280t manifolds for a field development. Click here for more information



Modulift Lattice Beam over two spreader beams lifting parts of a wind turbineModulift have designed and manufactured the giant lifting rig used for the fast and efficient lifting and assembly of the Repower’s 5MWgiant wind turbines at Harland and Wolff. Click here for more information

Modulift has supplied two large spreader beams to complete a rig that will lift 20 wind farm jacket foundations onto vessels at ST3 Offshore’s dockside in Poland. Click here for more information


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