Lacombe Picker Truck Services
Nelson Bros. oilfield services offers two Weldco 45 ton picker truck Lacombe, Alberta. Each with 100ft of hydraulic boom, mounted on tandem steer, tri drive trucks capable of towing tri axle hi-boy or tri axle low-boy trailers with a payload of 425000 lbs. Both pickers come well stocked with certified rigging to tackle most jobs, and at the request of the customer can bring specialized rigging for those tough jobs. Each truck has a spreader bar capable of lifting 15 ton, reaching 8ft to 14ft. Some other specialized equipment include safety harness with chair, 8ft to 26ft – 25 ton spreader bar, 3 person man basket. Please call our 24hr dispatch for availability and pricing. 780-542-5777
Nelson bros. Oilfield services is a trucking and rental equipment company servicing the Oil and gas industry in Alberta.
We began operations Feb 01, 1987 and are based out of Drayton valley, Alberta. Also Known as the oil capital of Canada, Drayton valley is situated approximately 160 km Southwest of Edmonton, the provincial capital.
Our company’s motto has always been “your one stop shop”. Check out the complete list of our products and services and you’ll see what we mean. There’s no need to call anywhere else.
Our vision is to supply great customer service in a safe environment. At the Site level, we accomplish this by supplying first class quality equipment, operated by Knowledgeable personnel.
We want to acknowledge all of our hard working employees, both past and present, for Their contributions towards our success. We’ve seen a lot of changes to this industry in the past 30 years and we couldn’t have done it without them.
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Lacombe is a city in Alberta, Canada. It is located 24.6 kilometres (15.3 mi) north of Red Deer, the nearest major city, and 125 kilometres (78 mi) south of Edmonton, the nearest metropolitan area. The city is set in the rolling parkland of central Alberta, between the Rocky Mountains foothills to the west, and the flatter Alberta prairie to the east.