Crane & Transport Business News
Portugal’s Laso Transportes is maintaining its budgeted investment programme for 2020 regardless of Covid-19
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
Manitex CEO Steve Filipov said the company is preparing for lower demand, exacerbated by the Covid-19 pandemic, which may persist throughout the year, particularly in the Manitex boom truck side of the business.
Manitowoc reports a second quarter loss due to a decline in sales and reduced manufacturing activity.
Manitex International has minimised its European bank debt by approximately 4.96M €, effective 20 July 2020
Back to normal growth and few surprises in the 2020 ranking of the world’s largest specialized transport companies
Some of the latest digital and remote monitoring tools available to crane users, as well as some new gantry crane technology
PPVC is a game-changing construction technology, writes Heinz-Gert Kessel. It relies on tower cranes and large ones at that
A strong rise in demand is forecast for the tower crane market in Ukraine
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