Built for Storage and Productivity

Our straight track crane design is our most popular and is optimal for future runway expansions or for expanding storage space. With a straight track system, you have the optimum design for truck traffic flow and maximum storage space.

A rotating portal crane often fits where straight track cranes will not fit. Storage is available both inside and outside of the rail. Log boom style cranes are ideal when fast truck unloading is a necessity. Perfect for facilities with more limited storage space needs.

Contact Juergen Gieske to discuss which Portal, Storage and Woodyard crane options are right for you.

Portal Crane Technology

Portal Crane Technology

As a leader in overhead crane technology, Konecranes uses premium portal crane technology features in conjunction with their sturdy structural designs to develop the leading portal cranes in the industry.


Portal Crane History

All Konecranes Portal Cranes are designed based on the best features of our original portal cranes built in the 1970s.


Portal Crane Training

Through our world-class training institute, we train crane operators and technicians around the globe.

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Konecranes woodyard cranes
Konecranes woodyard cranes

Konecranes Woodyard Cranes RPC-226 Overview

The high-performance Konecranes RPC-226 Rotating Portal Crane is the ultimate combination of efficient radial storage and quick cycle times. Optimize the safety and productivity of any woodyard operation today by maximizing inventory capability, minimizing truck turnaround times, and partnering with a log-handling crane specialist like Konecranes.

Konecranes portal cranes
Konecranes portal cranes

Konecranes Woodyard Cranes RPC-226 Customer Story

Jared Banta of Rex Lumber in Troy, AL discusses their organization’s new RPC-226 rotating portal woodyard crane, factors in their decision-making process, and experience with the crane’s operator-friendly controls and technology.