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Potain extends MDT series
New in Manitowoc's Potain tower crane range is the largest model in the MDT series. Two versions are available of the MDT 368. The MDT 368 L12 has 12 tonne capacity and the MDT 368 L16 is 16 tonnes
ESTA Awards of Excellence 2009
As at 18 February five of the world's top crane manufacturers had committed to sponsoring the 2009 ESTA Awards of Excellence event in Paris on 23 April
Modelshow Europe on 18 April
The date has been announced for the 2009 Modelshow Europe for scale models of cranes, heavy haulage and earthmovers
Manitou withdraws from Intermat
Manitou is the latest company to announce its non-attendance at the Intermat exhibition, joining a number of the larger access companies are missing from the exhibitor list.
Hard at work during the 2008 SC&RA Crane & Rigging Workshop
September's SC&RA Workshop, this year held in Canada, offered, among other things, a range of education sessions and numerous networking opportunities. Terry White reports
Atlas Copco pulls out of Intermat
Atlas Copco has decided not to exhibit at the Intermat exhibition in Paris in April and said the decision covered both its Atlas Copco and Dynapac businesses. The announcement underlines the pressure that construction equipment manufacturers are under to reduce costs in the face of recession in some of their largest markets.
Get ready for the UK's Executive Hire Show in February
Almost 115 companies are lined up to exhibit at the Executive Hire Show (EHS), the UK's major tool hire exhibition being held on 11-12 February at the Ricoh Arena in Coventry.
ARA's Rental Show previewed by IRN
The 2009 Rental Show takes place in Atlanta, Georgia on 3-5 March, 2009. IRN previews the event.
Haulotte to manufacture in Asia
Haulotte plans to start manufacturing platforms in Asia in 2009 according to chief operating officer Alexandre Saubot. Speaking at last week's Bauma China exhibition in Shanghai he said, "Before the end of next year, we will be producing machines in Asia - it's likely to be in China. It's part of our strategy - we want to have production, sales and service in every region of the world."
IPAF and Chinese access manufacturers meet at Bauma China
The International Powered Access Federation (IPAF) and Chinese manufacturer and IPAF-member Beijing JingCheng Heavy Industry jointly convened a meeting of 10 Chinese access manufacturers at the Bauma China exhibition in Shanghai to discuss the development of the access market in the country.
Biggest Bauma China
This year's Bauma China event is the most successful to date, according to the show's organisers, with over 113000 visitors - a +40% rise on the 80000 people who visited the last show in 2006.
Visitor levels at Bauma China exceed expectations
The 4th Bauma China construction equipment exhibition, which is being held in Shanghai, China (25 to 28 November), has got off to a fantastic start with the number of visitors on the first day exceeding all expectations, according to the organisers.
Hydro Mobile set to display E-Series at WOC
The new light- and medium-duty mast climber from Hydro Mobile will be on display at the 2009 World of Concrete show.
New truck mounts at SAIE
Among the new products at SAIE are truck mounts from CTE, Cela, and Oil and Steel.
Booms from Iteco? Plus emphasis on niche machines
Italian scissor specialist, Iteco told AI that the company is seriously looking at developing a full range of articulated booms. The company hopes to be able to present the booms at Intermat 2009.
Broader coverage for Locatelli
Italian rough terrain crane manufacturer Locatelli has expanded its distribution network by signing up a new dealer and a new agent
Linden Comansa towers in Asia
Tower crane manufacturer Linden Comansa Group claims sales of about 50 units in Singapore for 2008
Tadano at Bauma China
At this year's Bauma China exhibition, Tadano Ltd will exhibit jointly with B.Q. Tadano (Beijing) Crane Co., Ltd for the first time
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