Mazzella Companies provides ideal lifting solutions, offering all styles of slings, overhead cranes, hoists and engineered lifting devices. We also provide training, in-field inspection and repair services that support our products. Learn more.
Mazzella Companies provides overhead crane and hoist service solutions. Our services include scheduled preventative overhead crane maintenance, overhead crane repair, authorized warranty repair, installation, crane modernization, and upgrades. Learn more.
FHS, Inc., a Mazzella Company, provides overhead cranes, crane service and a full line of warehouse solutions, including conveyor systems, storage racks, warehouse products, automated storage and retrieval systems (ASRS), vertical lifts, and more! Learn more.
If you require OSHA compliance training for slings, hoists and/or rigging hardware, Mazzella can assist you in creating a safe and reliable workplace. All Mazzella trainers are accredited through ITI, Inc. and train to OSHA and ASME standards. Learn more.
We partnered with ITI to provide an in-house training center at our headquarters in Cleveland, OH. Together, we provide flexible solutions for all industrial training needs to ensure that all clients experience the ITI difference with every course. Learn more.
Mazzella Companies offers fall protection courses that target specific businesses that require height compliance safety training for their specific industry. We also provide fall protection products and systems — lifelines, harnesses, lanyards, and more! Learn more.
Sheffield Metals, a Mazzella Company, is a leading manufacturer and distributor of coated and bare metal products, specializing in painted Galvalume® and aluminum, for the architecturally driven metal panel industry. Learn more.
New Tech Machinery, a Mazzella Company, is one of the leading manufacturers of portable rollforming roof panel and gutter machines. Our machines have revolutionized the industry by bringing versatile, easy-to-use rollforming products right to the job site. Learn more.
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