STANDEN'S: One of New Zealand's largest Kiwi-owned suppliers of Lifting, Rigging and Height Safety Equipment

With quality and safety as the foundations of our company philosophy, you can be sure of STANDEN'S LEEA accredited staff for all of your lifting, rigging, safety equipment and servicing.

Suppliers of:

Wire Rope | Crane Rope | Marine Rope | Lifting Chain | G80 | G100 | Shackles | Blocks | Hoists | Harnesses | Lanyards | Rescue Kits | Eyebolts | Eyenuts | Turnbuckles | Rigging Screws | Chainslings | Webslings | Roundslings | Carabiners | Fibre Rope | Fall Arrestors | Studlink Chain | Mooring Chain | Socketing | Testing | Inspection | Certification | Electric Hoist Servicing | Lashing Points | Lifting Points

 Est. 1978

Thrillseeker Kiwi, Mike Heard, has smashed world bungy records for charity on Tuesday, after a marathon of jumping off the Auckland Harbour Bridge more than 160 times in 24 hours - in a Singing Rock Expert Harness no less!

Mike said to the NZ Herald "It's a real thrill to have broken the record and achieved what we set out to do but there's still the rest of the day to go and I'm amped to keep jumping and raising funds for the Mental Health Foundation."

The best efforts require the best products!

#singingrock #mikeheard #mentalhealthfoundation

STANDEN'S receives LEEA Full Member Accreditation

LEEA (Lifting Equipment Engineers Association) has recently confirmed Standen's Full Membership status.

With rapid growth in the New Zealand industry and a nationwide focus on health and safety, Standenís prides itself on being at the forefront In supplying quality products and delivering professional services. As a commitment to this we have had both testing, rigging and customer support staff certified through LEEA's training programme.

This accreditation means that our clients can remain assured that all work by Standenís is completed to globally recognised and accepted quality and standards.

STANDEN'S @ Auckland Half Marathon 2016

Lifting, Rigging and RUNNING!

We're pretty proud of our team who ran/walked their way through either the 5km, 12km or 21km last weekend at the Auckland Marathon!

Massive congrats to those who completed their first event, beat their personal best and our course the four who smashed their first ever half marathon!

Singing Rock

Who they are, what they do and how they do it...

DM Standen supplier, Singing Rock, has released a new video taking us behind the scenes of the company's manufacturing and production.

Red Winch 'King of the Palace 2016'

Check out the video from Easter Weekend's Red Winch 'King of the Palace 2016' competition, supported by the team at DM Standen. 

Auckland Art Gallery Exhibition

'Hardly Held Lightly'

Artist: John Ward Knox

DM Standen was proud to supply the products used in Knox's Hardly Held Lightly exhibition, on display in Auckland City's Albert Park. The New Zealand Herald reported T.J. McNamara reported on the work:


Knox weaves webs of surprise

"A short while ago John Ward Knox made a beautiful sculpture and showed it high in a corner of a dealer gallery. An intricate spiderweb made in fine silver chain, it was much admired. 

Now the Auckland Art Gallery is showing three such works by Knox, linking their sculpture terrace with Albert Park, but these webs have needed a kilometre of commercial chain. One connects a massive old oak to the terrace. Another is an arch between two trees, and the third is closely linked to the structure of the building. The chains have the magic of surprise hidden in the leafage of the park. They are done with scientifc accuracy and unexpected natural variations in the net pattern. The basic chains that are the anchoring strands are brass in contrast to the bright shine of the web.

Together they make the most stunning and imaginative public work of art to grace the city for some time."

Crane Association Weighload Trophy Winners 2015

For outstanding service to the Crane Association this year's winner of the Weighload Trophy was the late Gifford Linder.

Giff is the second individual to have been awarded the trophy twice since its inception in 1985.

The award was introduced to be presented annually by Crane Accessories Limited, to the 'company or individual who has given outstanding service to the [Power] Crane Association of New Zealand Inc'.

Back in 2004 Giff was presented with the trophy acknowledging his work in completing the Crane Safety Manual alongside industry colleague, Maurice Coffey.

The award was presented at the national Crane Association conference in Tauranga and was accepted by Sam Linder, Giff's son and Managing Director of DM Standen.


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