Force doesn’t come by chance. It has to be designed to become a skill.
That’s what happens with JIC, the R&D centre where we develop new cranes ready to work in extreme conditions. Our engineers and skilled workers take a step into the future and prototype all the ideas that hit their mind while some we have already manufactured, first in our sector.
Thanks to JIC, we were among the first to introduce certain concepts into mini cranes that were previously exclusive to traditional cranes, and over time, have become standard practices.
Fitted on minicranes that pass through a single-leaf door or equipped with 3 hydraulic extensions for a 1500-kg lifting capacity.
Designed to extend up to 45°, they increase the stability of the machine in travel mode and make it glide on ramps.
The 2ST (Two Speed Tracks) system adapts the track speed when in operation mode.
The minicrane calculates the best angles for higher flexibility and larger operating space.
The Jekko minicranes fitted with P&C need no stabilization and can move around with a lifted load.
Automatic detection of the tools installed and update of the loading charts.