International Cranes and Specialized Transport - November 2020

12 November 2020

Included in this issue:

    Demag says its brand new 450 tonne capacity all terrain crane sets new standards on seven axles. Alex Dahm reports.
    The market might be tough, but rough terrain cranes are built to withstand harsh conditions. Christian Shelton reports.
    When it comes to below the hook, some claim customisation is key while others assert that automation is the future. Can the two approaches co-exist? Christian Shelton reports.
  • ICM20 
    For the third time in a row the ICM20 ranking of the world’s largest crane manufacturers has shown an increase, this time even bigger than last year. ICST reports.
  • SPMT 
    The flexibility and combined power of self propelled modular transporter is key to its success. Christian Shelton reports.
    The 2021 SC&RA Specialized Transportation Symposium is coming up in February. ICST previews the annual event for the specialized transport industry worldwide.
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