Gunnedah-based GBP Cranes and Heavy Haulage continues the major development of the company’s new complex with the completion of stage 2 of the project. 

On Wednesday, GBP directors Daniel Hawkins and Stuart Grosser and senior executives hosted Gunnedah mayor Jamie Chaffey and deputy mayor Rob Hooke for an inspection tour of progress on the business expansion. Stage one, the construction and fitout of the administration building has been completed and now the finisning touches are being made to stage two, a huge mechanics workshop. 

The massive building, 30 metres by 42 metres, will accommodate plant and equipment from GBP’s big inventory of cranes, trucks and other plant. 

The development of the new complex, a major investment, further underwrites GBP’s status as the largest provider of crane services in regional NSW. 

GBP general manager Damien Roman said the company was on track with the next stage of the development with the aim of completion by the end of the year.  GBP now operates from sites at Narrabri and Tamworth as well as the Gunnedah hub, with clients statewide across mining, agricultural, renewable energy and gas industries.

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