2000 - 2010

Titan Plant's Head office in Lower Hutt and the Christchurch branch underwent further expansion and redevelopment to meet the growth in business.

A property was purchased in Dunedin to establish a branch for the sales company.

Titan Cranes closed its Taupo branch.

Jim Tomlinson retired after 36 years' service and Graeme McPhee retired after 24 years' service.

Titan Cranes purchased the Dunedin branch of Boyd Cranes to establish an operation in the lower South Island.

Trevor Tailor joined the Titan board while also holding the position of CEO at Outward Bound.

Max Whiley retired from the board of Contrafed Publishing Co. Ltd (publisher of Contractor magazine) after 27 years’ service, the last 18 years as chairman.

Titan Cranes purchased a Terex Demag AC300 300-tonne all-terrain crane.

Titan Plant Services opened a new purpose-built bus servicing depot in Mangere, Auckland.

Titan Plant Services purchased the business of the Rotorua Truck and Bus parts and service dealer.

David Kay retired from the board after more than 36 years of working closely with the company.

The Titan organisation celebrated 40 years in business in each major centre.

Titan Plant Services opened a depot at Silverdale in Auckland to service the Volvo construction equipment working on the motorway extensions.

Titan Cranes purchased Auckland-based business Linton Cranes.

A major building extension to the Lower Hutt head office, incorporating administration offices and new workshop facilities was completed by the end of the year.

Dan Williams from Deloitte's accounting company joined the board.

Max Whiley, company founder passed away.  Gordon Stone was appointed Chief Executive Officer of Titan Cranes.