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Comansa and BKL at Bauma
Spanish tower crane manufacturer Linden Comansa will be exhibiting with German tower crane company BKL Baukran Logistik at the Bauma exhibition in Munich, Germany in April
Thai high-rise contractor moves to Potain fleet
Syntec Construction in Thailand is updating its fleet of 30 tower cranes with new Potains
More tower crane insight from ITC 2012 available for download #2
The second in a series of exclusive videos of presentations made at the International Tower Cranes conference in Berlin, Germany, in October 2012, is available for download
Tower crane insight from ITC 2012 available for download
Exclusive videos are available of presentations made at the International Tower Cranes conference in Berlin, Germany on 11 October 2012
Krøll into the wind
Tower crane manufacturer Krøll and its US distributor have acquired shares in Clean Wind Energy Tower, Inc., a company developing an innovative type of wind-powered electricity generation system
Takenaka chooses Linden Comansa cranes for Singapore Art Gallery
Takenaka - Singapore Piling Joint Venture has rented three Linden Comansa luffing jib cranes from Access Systems Technology to carry out works on the construction of the new National Art Gallery, Singapore, and conservation and adaptive use work on the adjacent City Hall and the former Supreme Court
Five Wolffkrans work on Frankfurt skyscraper
German contractor Ed. Züblin AG has hired two Wolff 355 B luffing cranes and two 180 B cranes to assist in the construction of the 170 metre tall TaunusTurm skyscraper on Neue Mainzer Strasse in Frankfurt
Ambitious design tests Rizzani
Italian contractor Rizzani de Eccher is using three Terex luffing jib tower cranes to carry out construction on a 166 m tall tower in Turin
Luffer puts Terex in extra-large class
The new CTL 650 F45 is Terex Cranes' new generation entry into the extra-large capacity class of luffing jib tower cranes
Potains on Mumbai mega structure
Arabian Construction Company and Simplex Infrastructures, as the contractors behind the development of India's first ‘mega structure', have brought in three Potain cranes to assist in construction of the 442 metre tall World One Tower in Mumbai
Compact luffer completes Wolff range
Wolffkran has completed its range of luffing jib tower cranes. The 160 tonne-metre rated compact model sits between the existing 100 B and 224 B luffing jib models.
New models and dealership from Jost
Jost has set up a dealership in Brazil to offer its luffing jib tower cranes to the Latin American market for the first time
Sarens-Wilbert joint venture
Wilbert Sarens Vermietung (WSV) is a new joint venture company that will supply and operate super heavy tower cranes to work in conjunction with other types of crane and lifting equipment to offer a complete lifting solution
Ajos Potains on record bridge
Danish crane rental company and Potain dealer Ajos has supplied two MDT 128 flat top cranes to contractor MT Hojgaard for work on the construction of the Hardanger Bridge in Norway
Maxim expands Terex tower fleet
Leading crane rental company Maxim Crane in the USA is the first customer to purchase the new range of Terex transfer masts for its tower crane fleet
Higher power from Linden Comansa
Linden Comansa has launched its PowerLift system to improve the load chart of its tower cranes by 10% with reduced speeds. The system will be introduced into the LC500, LC1100, LC1600, LC2100 and LC3000 series'
Tower Crane Register to be revoked
The UK's Tower Crane Register, introduced in 2010, will be abandoned, as recommended in an independent review of health and safety legislation published in November 2011
Weather vane your tower crane for Hurricane Irene
Tower crane owners on the US Eastern seaboard are urged to ensure that their cranes are properly set to weather vane safely in light of Hurricane Irene forecast for this weekend (27 and 28 August)
Alex Dahm speaks to Zoomlion senior managers about its tower crane business
Chinese crane and general construction equipment manufacturer Zoomlion is pushing to make serious inroads in long-established international markets. For the tower crane angle Alex Dahm spoke to senior representatives about its Construction Hoist Machinery Branch
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