KITO’s single most important objective is to safeguard the hardworking people who use our products. That’s why our steel shells are stronger, our chains are sturdier, and each and every KITO component can better withstand punishing, real-world conditions.
We design KITO hoists to thrive in some of the world’s most abusive environments. In Canada, our gear is used everywhere from the depths of potash mines to the do-or-die conditions atop a wind turbine 300 feet in the air. Wherever we go in the True North, KITO is relied on to get the job done.
KITO hoists are world-recognized for being the last ones lifting, the last ones hanging, and the last ones pulling. Decades of specialized engineering and on-the-job testing have given our team industry-leading intel on how to create the world’s sturdiest hoists, component by component.
It is KITO Canada's policy to continually improve the processes required to manufacture and ship high quality, defect-free, custom configured hoists and hoist accessories, material handling equipment, cargo control and traction products that are delivered on-time and at the right cost to our customers.
We achieve this through our commitment to meet the requirements of the ISO 9001 quality management system, improving its effectiveness, setting quality objectives through continuous improvement initiatives, reviewing the quality system, reviewing our policy and ensuring our objectives are communicated and understood by all employees.