To serve our customers across Canada, Toronto Electric offers a comprehensive suite of technical and engineering services, from design through deployment of new crane & hoist systems, to inspection, repair and upgrades and the associated safety and operational training.
When you need a material handling solution designed for the specific needs of your industry, and the unique requirements of your workplace, talk to us. We understand industrial processes, ergonomics, and workplace efficiency. Our engineers have the experience and the creativity to listen to your needs and design a safe, robust solution that optimizes productivity and complies with all applicable regulatory codes and engineering standards.
Whatever your lifting need, we can help with rating and verification of your existing structures and equipment. We can develop plans for expansions, upgrades and retrofits, and design customized add-ons, such as cargo container lifters, spreader beams, cranes, conveyors, lift tables and more.
For most material handling systems, a Pre-Start Health and Safety Review (PSR) is a compliance requirement (one that we fully support!) and a service that we offer to our customers.
A Toronto Electric PSR is a compliance review that verifies the safety of the installed equipment and the work processes before the lifting system is fully commissioned and put into use. Our PSR service includes thorough documentation and staff training on the policies and procedures required for safe and compliant operation and work practices.
At Toronto Electric, we design and fabricate custom systems to meet each client’s specific needs, using components from selected suppliers. Our installation experts have years of experience in building safe, reliable, efficient material-handling solutions.
We have installed systems for handling extremely heavy loads, and systems that safely lift delicate, fragile objects. From food preparation to uranium processing, to moving sculptures in the Art Gallery of Ontario—we have installed them all.
Our installers are certified and licensed, and follow all applicable codes, including building, structural, electrical and safety codes, as well as specific regulations and guidelines related to industrial cranes and hoists, and any other certifications and codes that may apply to the application.
From the initial kickoff of your new materials handling project, to the moment when the system is commissioned, your Toronto Electric project manager will be your primary point of contact. Their job is to understand your business and technical needs, and to develop a project scope, schedule and budget that delivers value and meets, or exceeds, your requirements.
Your project manager will oversee every phase of the project to ensure that your solution is safe, efficient and cost-effective, and that every compliance and regulatory requirement is met.