International Cranes and Specialized Transport - March 2021

By Anita Bhakta19 March 2021

Included in this issue:

PRODUCT NEWS SPECIAL
Despite the challenges of Covid 19 a surprisingly large amount of new equipment has been launched in the last few months. Alex Dahm reports.

TRUCK CRANES
High lifting capacity truck cranes are proving popular, with multiple new model releases looking to drive the market to recovery. Christian Shelton reports.

OPERATOR TRAINING AND CERTIFICATION
Covid-19 bought both challenges and opportunities to the training sector. Christian Shelton reports.

SITE REPORT: MUNICH S-BAHN UPGRADE
The first 48 tonne capacity Wilbert WT 1000 e.tronic saddle jib tower crane has been put into operation on a railway upgrade project in Germany. Alex Dahm reports.

MINI CRAWLER CRANES
Recovery in the mini crawler crane market looks set to be rapid following the challenges of Covid-19 over the last 12 months. Christian Shelton reports.

ESTA NEWS 
A round-up of latest developments from the European Association of Abnormal Road Transport and Mobile Cranes.

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