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  • Among the launches expected from Dingli is the GTBZ16SU, a 16 m ‘Ultra Deck’ boom with a platform ca
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    Powered access launches

    2012-09-19T14:55:00Z

    New platforms and hoists from Dingli, Sinoboom, Mantall and Baoda

  • The 632 m high Shanghai Centre will be completed in 2014 and is located in Shanghai's Pudong distric
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    Baoda supplies hoists for 632m Shanghai Center

    2010-07-05T12:33:00Z

    Chinese hoist manufacturer Baoda is to supply 14 hoists for the construction of the massive Shanghai Center high-rise building in Shanghai’s Pudong district.

  • An Alimak 650 CN hoist.
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    D&G buys Verticon's hoist and crane business in Australia

    2009-04-27T10:49:00Z

    D G Hoist and Crane Hire in Australia has purchased Verticon's Australian hoist and crane rental division for AU$12 million (€6.5 million). The sale transfers Verticon's fleet of 140 passenger and materials hoists, all rental agreements, and 280 employees to D G.

  • Sunshine Enterprise in the US will supply 90 Chinese-made Baoda hoists to Australia's Verticon.
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    Verticon switches to Sunshine/Baoda hoists

    2008-10-14T09:57:00Z

    Australian tower crane and construction hoist rental company Verticon is to add 90 Chinese-built Baoda hoists to its fleet over the next three years. The company will source the units from Baoda’s US importer, Memphis-based Sunshine Enterprise, Inc.

  • Wei Chen, founder and CEO of Memphis-based Sunshine Enterprise, Inc, an importer of Chinese scaffold
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    Sunshine plans European scaffold expansion

    2008-08-11T17:13:00Z

    Sunshine Enterprise, Inc, the Memphis, US-based importer of Chinese-made scaffolding and hoists is to expand its product offering in North America and plans to sell equipment in Europe as well.

  • Inside Fraco's new Transporter platform that has a payload capacity of 8000 lb (3630 kg)
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    Fire resistant: access at World of Concrete

    2008-05-06T14:51:00Z

    Even a slow start and an end-of-the-week fire couldn't stop another busy World of Concrete. John Wyatt reports on the hoists and mast climbers at the event.