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  • Mega rail build for Grove

    Eighteen Grove rough terrain cranes have been put to work in tough desert conditions on a new 130 km rail line construction project in Algeria...

  • TNT acquires Rent-A-Crane

    Texas, USA-based TNT Crane & Rigging continues its expansion with the acquisition of the Rent-a-Crane rental company...

  • Demag crane operations on the move

    Terex Corporation plans to move the USA-based production of its Demag overhead factory cranes from Houston to Oklahoma...

  • New Tadano for Abschlepp & Bergedienst

    Towing and vehicle recovery specialist Abschlepp & Bergedienst M.Walter in Germany has taken delivery of a Tadano HK 65 truck mounted crane...

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  • The Knowledge: Time to weigh

    Following on from and linked to the centre of gravity topic from last month’s article, is this month’s equally important subject of weighing a load. Marco van Daal report...

  • The second generation

    High capacity gantry cranes have been in the industry for more than 50 years. Vladimir Nevsimal looks at how the second generation of gantry cranes was designed...

  • SPMT guidelines to boost safety

    Radical new guidelines for the operation of self propelled modular transporter (SPMT) are due to be published in the third quarter of 2014 in an attempt to reduce the num...

  • A bright idea

    Crane lighting packages are an asset in the set up and tear down of mobile cranes....

  • IC50 2014 shows growth

    In its 19th year the IC50 ranking of the world’s largest crane-owning companies once again has a higher total index value and is up in almost all respects, albeit more mo...

  • The Knowledge: Central focus

    A topic central in more ways than one both to lifting and transport operations is centre of gravity. CoG can be an issue that makes or breaks a project says Marco van Daa...

  • The Waverley route

    Transporting and installing a new concrete bridge from Ireland was a major part of a bid to resurrect an historic railway line in the UK. David Weston reports...

  • Telescopic crawler cranes: Speed and space

    Easier to move, fast set up and dismantling telescopic crawler cranes are becoming a popular choice for end users. Laura Hatton speaks to several manufacturers to find ou...

  • Crane safety: Making the inspection

    Australian OHS Regulations require that registered mobile and tower cranes must undergo a major inspection at the end of their design life. Brent Stacey looks at the insp...

  • Loader cranes: Continuous development

    An increased focus on electronics, stability and higher payload is informing the design of articulating loader cranes. Laura Hatton speaks to manufacturers to find out mo...

  • Tower cranes and wind energy

    Wind turbine installation is the new challenge for specialized tower cranes. Heinz-Gert Kessel reports...

 

 

 

 

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