Presenting a fully functional crane to the customers before a buying decision is made.
Lighter, stronger and with extended service life, the new crane technology enables greater freedom in designing new buildings.
Cleaning Giants: MHE-Demag Installs Southeast Asia's First Full Climbing Building Maintenance System in Jakarta's Third Tallest Building
Uniquely designed tracks and special shunting cart system integrated into a 3D rail layout enables full safety and efficiency in one of the region's most exciting skyscrapers.
Partnership with Wacker Neuson to cater to contruction needs in the region.
Leading material handling company will expand equipment rental business, enabling customers to reduce capital outlay and ...
In-depth knowledge sharing workshop to support key customers and grow MHW-Demag's business in Myanmar.
RM45 million state-of-the-art facility to drive growth and excellence within the region.
MHE-Demag Vietnam Undertakes its first crane rail installation in a port.
The introduction proves to be a success in Southeast Asia.
Established since 1972, MHE-Demag is the name for material handling. We engineer, manufacture and maintain a comprehensive range of industrial cranes and hoists, warehousing equipment such as lift trucks and dock levellers, aerial work platforms, building maintenance units for safe working at heights, compact construction equipment, as well as automated car parking systems. Our customised solutions serve a wide range of industries from general manufacturing to aerospace, covering a broad customer base.
A joint venture between Jebsen & Jessen (SEA) Pte Ltd and Demag Cranes and Components GmbH, MHE-Demag is headquartered in Singapore and operates within its close-knit regional network in Australia, Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Singapore, Myanmar, Papua New Guinea, the Philippines, Taiwan, Timor-Leste, Thailand and Vietnam, among others. With a dedicated workforce of more than 1,700 well trained staff, our operation is supported by 11 manufacturing facilities and more than 70 strategically located branches in the region.