Fleet File 2019
This survey will need you to collect information on the number of cranes in your fleet.

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Email address *
About your company
What is the name of your company? *
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Your address
Please state your head office postal address. Your country is required in order to sort the entries. In order to do so consistently, we have used a drop down list for country names.
Building name
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Street
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City
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State
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Postcode/ZIP
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Country *
About you
We need to know who filled in the form in case we need to confirm any details about your entry.
Your given name *
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Your family name *
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Your job title *
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Your email *
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Your direct telephone number *
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Your company principal
We list your company principals' details in Fleet File. These should be your CEO, MD or owner. We need their contact details in case we need to confirm any details about your entry.
Principal given name *
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Principal family name *
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Principal job title *
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Principal email *
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Principal direct telephone *
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Depots
We list how many depots you operate from.

We list companies that operate their fleet in more than one country. If you run your fleet like this, please list each country in which you have a depot.

If you own subsidiaries with their own fleet, don't include them here. Instead, ask one of your colleagues at the subsidiary to fill in their own form.

Depots *
Including your head office, how many depots or sales offices do you have?
Your answer
Overseas depots
Other than your head office country, in which countries do you have depots or sales offices? Please only list those countries in which you have a physical presence, not where you occasionally take on jobs.
Your answer
Your fleet
This is the main listing of fleets. It is broken down by crane type and class.

All responses should be numbers. If you don't have cranes that fit the type and capacity, leave the box blank.

Wheeled mobile cranes
In this section we want to know how many road-going all terrains, truck cranes, truck mounted cranes, boom trucks or similar you have in the following capacity classes. These could include both lattice boom and telescopic truck cranes, as well as truck mounted tower cranes.
Wheeled mobile cranes under 99t
Your answer
Wheeled mobile cranes 100t-299t
Your answer
Wheeled mobile cranes 300-599t
Your answer
Wheeled mobile cranes over 600t
Your answer
Lattice boom crawler cranes
How many crawler cranes do you have in the following capacity classes?
Crawler cranes under 99t
Your answer
Crawler cranes 100t-299t
Your answer
Crawler cranes 300-599t
Your answer
Crawler cranes over 600t
Your answer
Rough terrains and telecrawlers
How many rough terrain cranes (or telecrawlers under 600t) do you have in the following capacity classes.
Rough terrains under 75t
Your answer
Rough terrains over 75t
Your answer
Tower cranes
We categorise tower cranes by capacity, to give a clearer picture of the jobs they are suitable for.

Truck mounted tower cranes should be counted under wheeled mobile cranes, above.

Tower cranes under 8t
Your answer
Tower cranes 8t-25t
Your answer
Tower cranes 25t-40t
Your answer
Tower cranes over 40t
Your answer
Compact cranes
This category includes cranes typically designed to be used indoors, or in other very cramped conditions. It includes minicrawlers, small pick and carry cranes, yard cranes, and similar, to a maximum capacity of 12t
Compact cranes under 1t
Your answer
Compact cranes 1t-4t
Your answer
Compact cranes 4t-12t
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