International Cranes and Specialized Transport - June 2020

12 June 2020

Included in this issue:

  • IC50
    In contrast to the 2019 IC50 of the world’s largest craneowning companies things have increased much more positively over the last year, giving it a strong boost as the ranking enters its 25th year. Alex Dahm reports.
    Increasing efficiency, accommodating ever larger and heavier components, all while reducing environmental impact, are key themes in wind turbine transport. Alex Dahm reports.
    Stay on the side of caution when calculating the necessary support under a crane to ensure all cases of load and pressure can be handled. Keith Anderson reports.
    Retrofits, refurbishments and relocations: dockside cranes can have a working life that extends far beyond their first use or their legacy technology. ICST reports.
    Comment from Joel Dandrea, SC&RA executive vice president.
    The Association stays nimble within a complex moment. Mike Chalmers reports.
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