Clark Masts is committed to quality and customer satisfaction. We strive to innovate and continually improve to maintain our global brand and its reputation for quality and value.
Since 1959 Clark Masts has been successfully providing telescopic and sectional mast systems to support a wide range of applications.
Clark Masts is dedicated to the design and manufacture of ‘Fast-Erecting Mast Systems’ for both the civilian and military markets and over the past 50 years has developed an extensive knowledge in both design and manufacturing techniques.
Many thousands of Clark Masts have been procured around the world. As a specialist mast manufacturer, Clark Masts strives to maintain its leadership by its vigilant awareness of the advancement in communication and other technologies ensuring ideal solutions for practically every mast requirement.
With manufacturing and technical sales support based in the United Kingdom, Europe, and Australia, as well as localised distributors world-wide, Clark Masts has built up an extensive network to help our customers.
When you select a Clark Masts product you are also selecting a company with unrivalled experience in a highly specialised field. Proven designs developed over long periods of time in conjunction with commercial, civil and military organisations clearly demonstrates our commitment to both the integrity of our product offering and the relationships with our customers past, present and future.
Our philosophy of continuous improvement assures that our customers always benefit from the latest material and manufacturing processes. Our product design and development programme seeks to reshape our products without sacrificing any of the proven traditional qualities that we have developed over many years through continual testing and development work.
If your requirement is to lift a headload of 1 kg up to 4 metres or 100 kg up to 40 metres, then Clark Masts certainly has a solution for you. We provide solutions all over the world for vehicle and trailer mounted, building/shelter mounted or field leg and tripod deployments.