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  • Get your company in the IC50

    IC50 2020: a stronger increase


    In contrast to last year’s IC50 ranking of the world’s largest crane-owning companies things have increased much more positively in the 2020 table

  • The 3,200 tonne capacity Terex CC 8800-1 Twin prepares to lift the AGR absorber column at a petroche

    Twin lift for Al Jaber


    Al Jaber Heavy Lift and Transport, based in the Middle East, has used a 3,200 tonne capacity Terex CC 8800-1 Twin to carry out lifts at a petrochemical development in Qatar

  • Bechtel was awarded contracts to build three liquefied natural gas Liquefied natural gas (LNG) facil

    Crane safety: Making the inspection


    Australian OHS Regulations require that registered mobile and tower cranes must undergo a major inspection at the end of their design life. Brent Stacey looks at the inspection programme that global contractor Bechtel follows to meet these strict requirements

  • Caterpillar 345 hydraulic excavators with Rammer 5011 hydraulic hammers get to work in Qatar

    Rented breakers work round the clock in Qatar


    Amana Qatar Construction is using a fleet of six Caterpillar 345 hydraulic excavators, each equipped with rented 3900 kg Rammer 5011 hydraulic breakers, to construct a health care centre in Qatar.

  • ENTRY 1: Trinity treasure

    Enter TopLift 2011


    The 13th annual TopLift contest is here. Readers of International Cranes and Specialized Transport magazine are asked to choose their favourite lift of the year

  • The fragile 300 tonne MCHJ column was 59 m long and 5.5 m in diameter. It was unloaded from the heav

    Al Jaber critical column replacement


    Despite restrictive site conditions heavy lift and specialized transport company Al Jaber still managed to save time on a refinery column replacement project in the United Arab Emirates

  • ENTRY 1: Rig innovation

    Last chance to take part in IC's TopLift competition


    The 12th annual TopLift contest is here. International Cranes and Specialized Transport readers are asked to choose their favourite lift of the year from our selection of 10 spectacular lifting projects carried out over the last 12 months. You can read a short synopsis of each project below and view ...

  • Sarah Spivey, Modulift managing director

    Modulift appoints UAE distributor


    Expanding its network of international distributors to six, spreader manufacturer Modulift has appointment Alnasr Technical Trading Agencies (ATTA) as exclusive distributor in the UAE

  • Strabag CEO, Hans Peter Haselsteiner

    Strabag subsidiary wins UAE port project


    A consortium led by Strabag subsidiary Ed Zublin has won the € 220 million contract to build Khalifa Port, 60 km northeast of Abu Dhabi in the UAE.

  • Article

    ALEC wins Dubai Airport contract


    ALEC, a subsidiary of Abu Dhabi-based Al Jaber Group, has been awarded the AED 4.3 billion (US$ 1.17 billion) contract to build Concourse 3 at Dubai International Airport, according to a statement by the Dubai Aviation City Corporation.