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  • EnCORE refurbishes Potain tower crane

    A Potain HD 32 A tower crane has been refurbished at the Manitowoc EnCORE facility in Baltar, Portugal, and sold to Talib & Shamsi Constructions in India...

  • Fast-track mobilization in the Caribbean

    Mammoet has started work on the construction of a thermo electrical power plant in the Dominican Republic. Punta Catalina is the biggest of power generation project in th...


  • EnCORE refurbishes Potain tower crane

    A Potain HD 32 A tower crane has been refurbished at the Manitowoc EnCORE facility in Baltar, Portugal, and sold to Talib & Shamsi Constructions in India...

  • London grabs safety lead with Mercedes-Benz Econic

    The City of London Corporation in the UK has underlined its commitment to improving safety for cyclists and pedestrians in the famous Square Mile, by launching a Mercedes...

  • Fast-track mobilization in the Caribbean

    Mammoet has started work on the construction of a thermo electrical power plant in the Dominican Republic. Punta Catalina is the biggest of power generation project in th...

  • Maxim overcomes dual lift challenge

    Bridgeville, Pennsylvania, US-based Maxim Crane Works completed a challenging dual pick at an energy plant in Cincinnati, Ohio...

  • EnerMech boosts group profits

    Mechanical engineering group, EnerMech, grew revenue by 27% in 2014 with turnover rising to £258.9 million from £202.5m, while profits increased from £14.2m to £26.7m...

  • Dillon strengthens team

    Dillon Force Measurement, a UK-based supplier of force measurement devices, has announced two new appointments as part of its investment in global expansion...

  • Central Crane Hire (Hull) buys first Liebherr

    UK-based Central Crane Hire (Hull) has taken delivery of its first Liebherr LTM 1060-3.1 all-terrain mobile crane to join its fleet of cranes at new premises...

  • Heavy rotor transported in Saudi Arabia

    Teamlifting, a member to the Cargo Equipment Experts CEE network, replaced the 49.9 ton rotor of GT 11 generator at the Qurayyah power plant in Saudi Arabia...

  • BKL cranes complete Tegernsee brewery job

    Two cranes supplied by BKL have completed work on the Ducal Bavarian brewery, Tegernsee (Herzoglich Bayerisches Brauhaus Tegernsee), in Germany...

FEATURES
  • New Krøll tower for wind turbine erection

    A new luffing jib climbing tower crane from Krøll in Denmark sets new standards in the wind turbine erection market, writes Heinz-Gert Kessel...

  • Insurance: getting the right cover

    Industry experts discuss insurance premium costs, claims, damage statistics and how clients can reduce their total insurance costs...

  • Transdata in record rotor move

    Specialist transport company Transdata in Brazil completed the transport of one of the largest rotors in the world for the new Belo Monte Hydropower Plant...

  • Big in the world

    Small working spaces, lifting over existing structures and operating in hazardous environments all with huge and heavy loads on the hook are just a few of the challenges...

  • The Knowledge: Around in the ground

    In the 21st article of his regular series, Marco van Daal takes a closer look at what goes on around and underneath a crane when lifting wind turbine components...

  • Rough terrains: A growing interest

    The main market for rough terrain cranes has shifted and manufacturers are introducing upgrades and new higher capacity models. Laura Hatton finds out more...

  • Efficient lifting below the hook

    Being versatile while improving safety and productivity are just some of the requirements for below the hook equipment. Laura Hatton reports...

  • All terrain ability

    Thomas Schramm, Tadano general manager sales and marketing, explains the importance of high gradient capability in all terrain cranes to Alex Dahm...

  • The Knowledge: A force to reckon with

    This month, Marco van Daal looks at the common dangers of erecting the latest generation of wind turbines and discusses ways to prevent wind associated accidents...

  • Environmental matters: Engines

    In response to emission laws and the impending Stage V regulations, manufacturers are looking at different designs to save weight and fuel. Laura Hatton investigates...

  • Bridging the beach

    Imperial Power Services got creative when they couldn’t fit their crane onto the premises of a nuclear power plant. John Skelly reports...

  • Rising demands on crawler cranes

    Crawler cranes need to be versatile, transportable, and above all, safe. Laura Hatton looks at what new models and technologies are available...

 

 

 

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