RST Cranes, Inc. is a mobile crane service company locally owned and operated with more than 30 years of combined experience in the crane and wind industry.
Located in Tehachapi, California, RST Cranes provides mobile crane service to the local community, as well as the High Desert area including the Antelope Valley, Lancaster, Bakersfield, Palmdale, Ridgecrest, Boron, Edwards, Barstow, Fresno, Valencia, Victorville, Mammoth, and Bishop.
The husband-and-wife team of Rick and Sonya Torres, along with their staff, operate, maintain and schedule the company’s crane service and equipment. Their commitment to safety, service, quality equipment and professional performance has contributed to the success of their business as a heavy-lift crane service company.
RST Cranes does its part to give back to the community by volunteering one of their mobile cranes to raise and fly a 20-by-30-foot American flag in support of many community events throughout the year.
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