American Cranes & Transport - March 2019

American Cranes and Transport March 2019 1

March 2019

Included in this issues:

  • VIEWPOINT 
    Christopher Machut contends that where there is no vision, people can perish.
  • RIGGING REVIEW 
    Troy Geisler discusses how to calculate actual true capacity before purchasing a new heavy haul trailer.
  • INTERVIEW 
    Bigfoot Construction Equipment’s Jeff Steiner is carrying on a family legacy through American-made outrigger pads.
  • PRODUCT FOCUS ALL TERRAIN CRANES 
    ACT highlights ATs that will be on display at Bauma 2019.
  • SPECIALIZEDLIFTING50 Ranking 
    North America’s top specialized lifting companies. 
  • INDUSTRY FOCUS FLEET MANAGEMENT 
    Jenny Shiner discusses how to introduce GPS tracking to gain acceptance and achieve better results. 
  • INDUSTRY FOCUS TELEMATICS 
    Telematics can improve asset utilization and performance. Andy Turnbull reports.
  • INDUSTRY FORUM PERMITTING
    Hannah Sundermeyer convenes a panel of four permitting company experts.
  • SITE REPORT LIFTING 
    A cantilever lifting beam system offers an innovative solution at a power plant.
  • SITE REPORT TRANSPORT 
    Berard found the quickest and most costeffective plan for moving two huge vessels to a Louisiana refinery.
  • SITE REPORT RIGGING 
    Pioneer Heavy Haul transported a 160-foot long Cold Box from Ontario to North Carolina.
  • PREVIEW 
    ACT previews Bauma Germany 2019 with our “must see” coverage of the huge tradeshow.

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