All Manitowoc articles – Page 10

  • A Link-Belt HTC-8675 Series II 70 tonne hydraulic truck crane lifting a 27 tonne long-stroke pumping
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    Truck cranes: A growing trend

    2015-03-16T16:34:00Z

    The latest designs of truck cranes are offering higher lifting capacities, leaving the lower end of the lifting scale for the truck mounted variant. Laura Hatton reports

  • Cristian Galaz, Manitowoc vice president of sales for South America (excluding Brazil) and Alejandro
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    Argentinean dealer for Manitowoc

    2015-03-11T12:16:00Z

    Manitowoc Cranes has appointed Buenos Aires-based construction equipment dealer Covema SACIF as its new dealer for Argentina

  • The CTL 1600 is a new high capacity luffing tower crane from Terex. Potain, Liebherr and Yongmao hav
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    Feature: Cranes

    2015-03-09T14:11:00Z

    Crane manufacturers have faced some tough times over the last year, but the new models keep coming, as do innovations to increase capacities and make cranes easier to use on site.

  • The new three-mile twin NY Bridge
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    TZC Manitowocs on NY Bridge project

    2015-02-19T17:00:00Z

    Tappan Zee Constructors (TZC) has begun work on the construction of the US$3.9 billion New York Bridge in New York, USA

  • The GMK6400 will be the first of its kind in Africa
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    First Grove GMK6400 sold to Africa

    2015-02-18T09:49:00Z

    African crane service provider Mobicrane has taken delivery of a new 400 tonne capacity Grove GMK6400 all terrain crane, the first of its type on the continent

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    Manitowoc crane sales down in 2014

    2015-01-30T12:39:00Z

    For the full year 2014 sales revenue at Manitowoc Cranes was down 8 % to $2.3 billion. Operating earnings declined from $218.8 million in 2013 to $163.9 million in 2014

  • Manitowoc 4500 dragline
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    Manitowoc to split cranes and food service

    2015-01-30T11:45:00Z

    The Manitowoc Company has revealed plans to separate its crane manufacturing and food service businesses and form two separate publically-traded companies

  • The 2.5 tonne capacity Potain MCi 48 C tower crane is the first to be brought to India
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    Arcomet France joins Groupe Matebat

    2015-01-27T09:58:00Z

    Tower crane rental specialist Arcomet France has been acquired by Holgat, the holding company of Matebat Group, in France

  • Tim Proud, managing director of Dewsbury & Proud and Andy Cahill of Manitowoc Cranes celebrate t
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    Dewsbury & Proud adds Grove

    2015-01-21T15:16:00Z

    UK crane rental company Dewsbury Proud has added a 130 tonne capacity Grove GMK5130-2 all terrain crane to its fleet

  • The total crane length of the GHC75 with boom retracted is 13 m and crane retracted width is 3.2 m
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    Grove crawlers from Sennebogen for the Americas

    2015-01-21T12:55:00Z

    Crane manufacturers Manitowoc and Sennebogen have agreeed a supply and distribution deal for telescopic crawler cranes. Manitowoc will offer for sale in the Americas a series of telescopic crawler cranes built by Sennebogen in Germany

  • Ron Schad, Liebherr Nenzing (USA)
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    Ron Schad joins Liebherr in USA

    2015-01-20T11:45:00Z

    Crane industry veteran Ron Schad has been appointed at Liebherr responsible for sales in the Midwestern United States of crawler cranes, duty cycle cranes and foundation machines built by the Nenzing division in Austria

  • A Sany SCC7500E works at a shipyard in Rio Grande, Brazil
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    Rising abilities of crawler cranes

    2014-11-20T15:26:00Z

    The design of the latest generation of crawler cranes is being clearly defined by customer requests and site requirements. Laura Hatton reports

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    New Potain towers at bC India

    2014-11-18T15:32:00Z

    Mantiowoc will be showing the latest tower cranes from its factory in Pune, India

  • Recent work for the crawler cranes has included constructing a terminal jetty
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    Billion Euro project for Crane House

    2014-11-13T10:18:00Z

    Dutch crane specialist Crane House has put five Manitowoc crawler cranes to work on a €1 billion (US$ 1.25 billion) liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal in Dunkirk, France

  • New York’s super-slim 432 Park Avenue has made many architectural headlines and is set to be the tal
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    Latest technology for building large structures

    2014-11-12T15:23:00Z

    Big structures tend to be complex to build and require innovative solutions from equipment suppliers to help keep them on time and on budget.

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    New flat-top Potain tower cranes

    2014-11-06T19:42:00Z

    Manitowoc will launch two new Potain flat top tower cranes at Bauma China

  • It is no longer acceptable for a company to allow its employees to work at height without some form
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    A solid bond for height safety system

    2014-10-30T11:15:00Z

    Refinement of the TRAM fall restraint system for mobile cranes and other vehicles has led to the development of a bonding method for attaching the components to a crane's boom that satisfies manufacturers’ concerns over interference with structural integrity

  • The Liebherr SD.shift has a reversible frequency converter drive
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    Material options for ropes

    2014-10-27T11:19:00Z

    New materials and technologies, for example, synthetic fibres and automatic rope adjustment technology, are changing the way that ropes and winches are designed. Laura Hatton reports

  • Eleven Potain tower cranes are building the largest shopping mall in Europe. Covering an area the si
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    A changing market in Europe

    2014-10-20T09:48:00Z

    Europe is a vast market and with energy and infrastructure projects in development, the forecast for the next twelve months is good. Laura Hatton investigates

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    Constrained demand hits Manitowoc

    2014-10-16T12:38:00Z

    Manitowoc said that revenue in its preliminary third-quarter results was hit by falling demand that prompted an update to its full-year outlook