Cranes & Specialized Transport Sector News

Wind energy: Latest innovations in specialized transport
Alex Dahm reports on the latest wind energy transport projects
Strategic growth: an interview with new Manitex CEO
As the new CEO of Manitex International, Michael Coffey plans to take a well-positioned company to a higher level.
Top 100 crane-owning companies in the world
ICST name the name the largest crane owning companies in 2022
How can construction attract new workers?
Construction needs to be proactive in its understanding of modern workers, writes Joel Dandrea, SC&RA chief executive officer
Crane rental industry analysis
Off-Highway Research and ICST produce report on the world’s largest mobile crane fleets 
SC&RA jobs of the year winners 2022
The winning projects in the annual SC&RA job of the year competition
Rounding up the latest all terrain crane jobs
All terrain cranes are mobile, agile and a rental fleet rock star.
The evolution of Maxim Crane Works
Maxim represents an amalgamation of many legendary crane companies.
SC&RA awards member companies for safe operations
Companies and individuals were honored with transportation and crane & rigging safety plaques.  
How to navigate natural disaster prep
Thinking ahead when it comes to safety and natural disasters.
What can visitors expect at Bauma 2022?
World’s largest trade show returns later this year
Favelle luffers at work on new NYC “landmark”
Four Favelle Favco tower cranes are performing the lifting assignments on a fancy Manhattan skyscraper.
Sitting down with ML Crane Group president
Caroline Asimakopoulos is not deterred by market challenges. She has big plans to take the company to a new level of success.
Future challenges for loader crane manufacturers
Supply chain issues, rising costs and order backlogs have all hit the industry recently
Innovation in high-rise construction
With the help of the latest methods and technology, high-rise construction projects are becoming more innovative
How technology is advancing the lifting sector
Innovation and technology are making projects safer and more efficient
Jacobs bridge systems yield non-road engine brake opportunities
Fulcrum Bridge and Spring Bridge systems make engine brakes applicable to more off-highway engines
Site report: Sennebogen assists sustainable project
Sustainable and environmentally sound residential district is being built in Rotterdam with the help of a new 50 tonne crawler crane, the Sennebogen 1100 G-Series
Sany plans rough terrain rollout in coming months
Sany America is testing two new rough terrain cranes that will hit the American market by late summer.
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