International Cranes and Specialized Transport - October 2020

15 October 2020

Included in this issue:

  • NEWS SPECIAL 
    Mammoet Focus 30 heavy lift crane is designed to make big lifts for minimal impact in terms of installation requirements, set up space and laydown area. Alex Dahm reports.
  • INTERVIEW:
    MANITOWOC Manitowoc’s new president and CEO, Aaron Ravenscroft, is prepared for market obstacles and is looking forward to better times. D.Ann Shiffler reports.
  • CRAWLER CRANES 
    Their versatility means manufacturers are experiencing continued demand for new crawler cranes from crane rental houses and end users around the world. Christian Shelton reports.
  • SITE REPORT 
    A sextet of Nolte’s wheeled mobile cranes install a 70 metre skywalk in Germany. Alex Dahm reports.
  • OFFSHORE LIFTING 
    The offshore wind sector is seeing dramatic growth, leading to investment in new vessels, cranes and technology. ICST reports.
  • CRANES IN DEMOLITION 
    Work in this sector traditionally involves cranes but there has been a shift in the choice of equipment, the methods are changing and there is clear potential for growth. Alex Dahm reports.
  • OPERATOR ASSISTANCE DEVICES 
    Crane OEMs and specialist manufacturers aim to make operation of the crane as safe and efficient as possible. Christian Shelton reports.
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