American Cranes & Transport - October 2018

27 September 2018

Included in this issue:

  • AWRF PREVIEW
    Associated Wire Rope Fabricators sends its fall conference down south to San Antonio, TX.
  • SITE VISIT LINK-BELT
    D.Ann Shiffler exclusively reveals Link-Belt’s latest all-terrain crane, the all new 175|AT.
  • INTERVIEW
    D.Ann Shiffler catches up with Bill Hollowsky of Fleet Cost & Care about the latest innovations in fleet management software and implementation
  • RIGGING REVIEW
    Tom Golecki breaks down bridge load rating analysis and why it’s so important
  • PROJECT FOCUS SELF-ERECTING TOWER CRANES
    Self-erectors are a valuable machine on the rise in North America. Hannah Sundermeyer reports.
  • PROJECT FOCUS BRIDGES
    ACT rounds up four unique and challenging bridge projects.
  • TECHNOLOGY REPORT SYNTHETIC ROPE
    Synthetic rope, slings and rigging gear continue to evolve alongside innovative projects. Hannah Sundermeyer reports
  • SITE REPORT LIFTING
    A Maeda MC305 handles a roof-top take down on a Texas high-rise.
  • SITE REPORT RIGGING
    Hollie Wall reports on a reactor replacement that required sophisticated engineering and one of the world’s largest cranes.
  • SYNOPSIS
    Bill Smith discusses bridge strikes and how to prevent them.
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