ProMat 2017 - supply chain, manufacturing, distribution trade show
McCormick Place
Chicago, IL | April 3-6, 2017

Sky Hook (dba Syclone ATTCO Service)

Booth #S2697

Manufacturer of the Sky Hook, a small, portable, ergonomic lifting device designed to provide SAFE, high quality lifting solutions that can prevent lifting injuries and assist in applications involving hard to reach loads. We have a range of fixed base and portable base lifting device models to fit most any application. For lifting applications requiring alternative dimensions or features we can modify the Sky Hook industrial lifting device to fit most any need. The Sky Hook is designed to meet OSHA and ASME standards. CE marking available for custom Sky Hook designs upon request. With excellent customer service and a powerful design team, we can create results that not only have the ability to prevent lifting injuries, but also improve operational efficiency. The Sky Hook industrial lifting devices are customizable to create the very best lifting solution for unique lifting applications. Syclone ATTCO Service can make any small portable lifting solution idea or concept a reality.

Brands


Sky Hook

Export Markets


North America
Central America
South America
Northern Europe
Eastern Europe
Southern Europe
Western Europe
Eastern Asia
South-Eastern Asia
Southern Asia
Western Asia
Central Asia
Northern Africa
Eastern Africa
Southern Africa
Western Africa
Middle Africa
Australia and New Zealand
Caribbean
Melanesia
Micronesia
Polynesia

Contact Exhibitor


Sky Hook (dba Syclone ATTCO Service)
PO Box 458
Emmett, ID 83617

Toll Free: 800-475-9466
Phone: 208-365-5770
Fax: 208-365-5771

Twilla Christensen
(208) 365-5770

Twilla Christensen
208-365-5770

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Product Categories


Attachments - Overhead & Lifting Equipment
Attachments - Trucks & Mobile Equipment
Below/Hook Equipment (i.e. slings; lifts; magnets)
Cranes
Floor Trucks and Carts
Hand Lift Trucks
Hoists
Lift Products
Loading Dock Equipment
Plant/Facility Equipment
Safety Equipment & Ergonomics