Register now for the free, online ESTA Awards & Market Update on 24 September. Speakers include Wil Sarens (CEO, Sarens) and Atul Arya (chief energy strategist, IHS Markit)
The new online format will combine the announcement of the winners of the ESTA Awards of Excellence with a market webinar addressing some of the key issues facing the crane and specialized transport sector.
The three speakers who will address different aspects of the market, are:
A new Demag AC 500-8 has found a place in the growing fleet of Société Réunionnaise de Transports Incana (S.R.T.I.)
KHL journalists are reporting on how the Covid-19 outbreak is impacting construction worldwide
Ten new Scania trucks added to Ainscough Crane Hire fleet to assist with mobile crane operations
Portugal’s Laso Transportes is maintaining its budgeted investment programme for 2020 regardless of Covid-19
Collè Rental and Sales orders 30 cranes from Manitex Valla in one of the Italy-based industrial crane maker’s largest deals
Sixteen people were hospitalised after the hoist ropes and-or booms of a tower crane and a lattice crawler crane became entangled on a jobsite in Texas, USA
Using cash to buy high interest bonds will give Maxim Crane Works more than US$10 million a year to reinvest and grow its crane rental business
Crane manufacturer Hyva appoints Ballinlough and S.M. Components as dealers for the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland, respectively
Looking back to see what might be ahead in the time of Covid-19. Mike Chalmers reports the findings of a recent survey on the impact of Covid-19
The Association stays nimble within a complex moment. Mike Chalmers reports
The SC&RA Virtual Reality Crane & Rigging Workshop offers educational sessions, virtual networking and live Q&A
Trucking companies the world over are realising the benefits of data analytics in connection with video
SC&RA announced the winners of its 2020 Job of the Year Awards during an online award presentation
It was a good year for all terrain crane sales with the number of units up nearly 20 per cent in 2019. Manufacturers must be largely up to date with their range renewal programmes as new models have been thin on the ground recently but there are still some interesting developments. Alex Dahm reports
Aaron Ravenscroft, Manitowoc president and CEO, is prepared for market obstacles and he is looking forward to better times, writes D.Ann Shiffler
Retrofits, refurbishments and relocations: dockside cranes can have a working life that extends far beyond their first use or their legacy technology. ICST reports
Increasing efficiency, accommodating ever larger and heavier components, all while reducing environmental impact, are key themes in wind turbine transport. Alex Dahm reports
If any crane can be described as ubiquitous then it is the articulating or knuckle boom hydraulic truck mounted loader crane. Many are helping to keep things moving while the world is in lockdown. ALEX DAHM rounds up news from the sector
Barnhart Crane and Rigging in the USA has announced its acquisition of Days Machinery Movers, including all personnel and equipment
On 17 Sept, experts will discuss tech that’s driving automation in the industry in a free webinar
Mammoet transports large, heavy power plant components 1,400 km from Ghana to Burkina Faso
Japanese construction company rents earthquake-proof Liebherr fast-erecting cranes
Netherlands-based manufacturer Huisman says quayside crane is suitable for offshore wind farm component marshalling in ports
Head of German industrial crane and aerial platform maker Kuli Hebezeuge dies at 72
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Professionals in the tower crane industry should save the date for the free Tower Cranes North America (TCNA) conference, which will be held in virtual format on October 22. Online registration is now open.
The event is must-attend for tower crane owners, users, distributors and manufacturers and will address key issues including fleet management, crane inspections, safety, and risk mitigation.
The speakers and topics are: