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XCMG’s 4,000 tonne class crawler record
A world record has been set by a 4,000 tonne class crawler crane after it completed multiple 4,500 tonne overload tests, manufacturer XCMG said
Ejar strengthens its crane fleet with Liebherr
Eight crawler cranes from the Liebherr plant in Nenzing have been acquired by crane rental company Ejar Cranes & Equipment, United Arab Emirates
All-rounder from Sennebogen
The Sennebogen 655 HD is a new crane aimed at a range of heavy-duty tasks on construction sites and in the extractive industry
GGR installs cliffside memorial
UK-based GGR Group supplied a Unic URW-547 mini spider crane to assist in the installation of a new World War II stone memorial at Beachy Head, Eastbourne
Unic expands European dealer network
Waterland Trading has become the official Unic mini crane dealer for the Netherlands and Belgium, and part of the growing Unic Cranes Europe network
1,000th 295 mini crawler from Unic Cranes Europe
Unic Cranes Europe will present its 1,000th URW-295 mini crawler crane at the Apex aerial platform exhibition in September
Untapped markets are showing interest in mini crawler cranes
The world is opening up to mini crawler cranes as untapped markets are beginning to realise their value
Electric mini crane at GGR open day
GGR Group will demonstrate a prototype of its battery-powered mini crane at its open day in the UK on Friday 10 September
Overload testing completed for new Manitowoc 31000
Manitowoc has completed required overload testing for its new Model 31000
Mini crawler from Maeda sees strong Bauma sales
Maeda distributor Kranlyft is celebrating strong sales of the manufacturer's new 2.93 tonne mini crawler crane on its stand at April's Bauma exhibition in Germany
Flower power from Unic
Unic Cranes Europe helped erect a 14 m high wind-powered illuminated flower monument on the banks of the River Mersey in Widnes, UK
Mini crawler cranes are becoming stronger, lighter and more flexible
In the mini crawler crane sector, load capacities are increasing as is demand for more flexible, lighter and quieter machines
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