About Us


Hite Services Limited was established in March 1997 with offices located at 790 Lapointe Street Sudbury Ontario, Canada. We are a crane and inspection facility with certified crane inspectors certified to CGSB/ASNT and follow OSHA, CSA and ANSI Standards. We also employ licensed heavy equipment and automobile mechanics as well as all position welders certified to CWB and or AWS standards. With our independent Structural/Welding Engineer, we can provide full engineering services including weld analysis and procedures, structural analysis, design and repairs. 

Our shop is equipped for full mechanical/hydraulic testing and welding from small to major rebuilds with 10,000 feet of shop space. Our main work is on boom trucks, mobile cranes, overhead cranes and forklifts. Our staff is mobile and can do crane inspections at your location. 

We have testing equipment and tracks for hi-rail installations and alignment. We have been doing work with various companies installing cranes and hi-rail equipment, which include Grand Trunk Railway, Illinois Central, CP Rail, CN Rail, CSX and Norfolk Southern, Vale INCO, Xstrata, and other various companies in the mining and forestry industry. 

Our staff is comprised of employees with industrial experience in mechanical, welding, inspection and training backgrounds. 

We also offer experienced instructors to provide our clients with up to date training, focusing on manufactures instructions and changing Governmental Regulations. Courses offered are: Mobile Crane, Boom Truck, Locomotive Crane Overhead, Forklift, Rigging, Man Lift and Crane Safety. 

Please feel free to call if we can service you. 

Yours truly, 

Ritchie Castonguay
President, HITE Services
 

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