Australian company Verton, developer of the world’s first remote-controlled load-management system, is partnering with System Rigging, Brisbane-based specialists in lifting, rigging, and transport systems.
Verton CEO, Tim Ekert said: “The System Rigging partnership is an important step forward for Verton, as the collaboration between two innovative and like-minded businesses will ensure the take-up of our respective market-leading products backed by a high level of customer service. System Rigging’s understanding of complex lifting and rigging, and collaborative approach is uniquely complementary to Verton’s load orientation products. We believe this helps the lifting industry to use leading technology products and solutions and deliver a safer way for load positioning and the elimination of tag lines.”
System Rigging works with clients across diverse industries, including mining and minerals, construction, renewable energy, and infrastructure.
System Rigging managing director, Garry Kearney said: “Our partnership with Verton is very important to us as we believe the Verton load orientation range will produce safer and more efficient outcomes for our clients. We are excited to be part of this journey and having the opportunity to drive this cutting-edge innovation forward. This partnership enhances our capabilities, and we look forward to seeing our respective products working throughout Australia.”