Triad Machinery is the authorized dealership for Link-Belt Cranes in the Pacific Northwest.
We carry a wide range of new equipment including parts and attachments. Browse our store below. Each of our locations specializes in new cranes, crane rental, and crane parts and service.
We provide financing options for your next new crane purchase. Triad Machinery works with a number of lenders and can provide you with the best rates to meet your business needs.
Triad Machinery is your Link-Belt Cranes equipment headquarters in the Pacific Northwest. We pride ourselves as a full-service dealership, with six (6) branches strategically located throughout Washington and Oregon, and extended coverage into Idaho and Montana. Each of our locations specializes in new cranes, crane rental, and crane parts and service. Triad Machinery is focused on providing exceptional crane sales, rental, service, and support and has continued to serve our customer’s lifting needs for more than 25 years.
From the President, Branch managers, Sales department, and Service and Parts staff, it is our belief we create successful futures by investing in our employees. If you work in the crane or lifting industries, Triad Machinery is dedicated to you, your cranes, and your business.
No two construction jobs are ever the same, so we make sure to provide as much versatility as possible with our fleet of cranes for sale. When you order a new crane from Triad Machinery, we make sure to give you everything you need and want, including features, attachments, and more.
Not in a position to get the latest models? We also carry an exhaustive rental fleet if you are interested in something a little less expensive. You will still have the opportunity for attachments as well as access to our service department for any repairs.
For unevenly graded construction sites, bridge or road construction, and other general use, we recommend the line of Link-Belt rough terrain cranes. Have several smaller loads to move around the job? Hydraulic truck cranes are an ideal solution for quickly moving materials or equipment from the staging site to the lift site.
Larger projects call for more reach and more power. All-terrain cranes work well in remote areas such as wind farms and lattice crawler cranes are good for duty cycle and heavy-duty applications. Telescopic crawler cranes are great for erecting steel structures, barge work, and more. The key is to buy the right tool for the job – let us know what you’re working on.
Contact us today and so we can help lift your organization to the next level.