Some of the latest digital and remote monitoring tools available to crane users, as well as some new gantry crane technology
Work in the energy sector is facing uncertain times as capital expenditure is cut. Covid-19 has had a deep negative impact on the oil and gas industry and the oil price has collapsed
Wind turbines today generate 72% more power on average than in 2009, which brings significant challenges for crane and transport companies
In the age of social distancing, the benefits of remote control technology could hardly be more obvious. Christian Shelton reports
Crane industry executive and photographer Bob Dimmitt muses on the ConExpo 2020 construction equipment exhibition
A list of the top 10 largest crane companies in the world according to the IC50 Index
The boom truck market is poised for better days
The global pandemic has forced the cancellation of all industry conferences and workshops. But SC&RA and A1A Software created a way for the show to go on
Paul van Gelder, Mammoet CEO, discusses the Covid-19 pandemic and the way forward with Alex Dahm, editor of International Cranes and Specialized Transport magazine
Crane industry executive and photographer Bob Dimmitt muses about ConExpo 2020.
Enerpac Americas president Jim McTaggart discusses the impact of Covid-19 and his company’s strategy for the future.
ACT continues its post-ConExpo coverage with more showstopping equipment reveals from the March tradeshow.
Innovations in lift planning software give crane companies more leverage planning and executing a project.
ACT Editor D.Ann Shiffler talks with Ben Forster of Lift Systems, about their response to coronavirus.
Planned or mooted infrastructure projects inspired confidence among crane manufacturers at the recent ExCon exhibition in India. Partha Pratim Basistha reports
Globally the truck crane market may be flat but in some parts of the world they are big news. Christian Shelton reports
This sector continues to evolve as the benefits of an articulating crane mounted on crawler tracks become more widely known. Christian Shelton reports
The world’s continued reliance on industry, in all its forms, means there is plenty of appetite for machines designed to lift in industrial environments