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National boom trucks excel at gas field
Texas-based Renegade Wireline Services is using two National Crane boom trucks to insert wireline cabling and related tools into natural gas and oil well sites on the Marcellus Shale natural gas fields in Pennsylvania, USA
Areva Wind buys Liebherr AT
German wind power systems manufacturer Areva Wind has purchased a 400-tonne Liebherr mobile crane.
Terex in the pink for breast cancer at Phoenix
Phoenix Crane Rental of Mableton, Georgia in the USA has painted its Terex T 340-1 truck crane pink as part of the company's sponsorship of the National Breast Cancer Foundation (NBCF)
Marsh Plant lays memorial stone
Marsh Plant Hire, based in Hampshire, UK assisted with the installation of an 11 tonne granite memorial stone to recognise a team of crack commandos for their bravery during World War II.
Australian first for Capel Crane Hire
Capel Crane Hire of Western Australia has added a Tadano GT600-EX truck crane to its fleet, the first of its kind to enter Australia
Franz Bracht opts for 10th lattice mobile
Germany-based Franz Bracht has taken delivery of a 750 tonne capacity LG 1750 lattice boom mobile crane. It is the biggest in its 10-strong fleet of lattice boom mobile cranes
Liebherr assists in tight Singapore build
Singapore contractor G Projects has hired a Liebherr MK 110 from Hiap Tong Corporation to assist in the building of a factory extension at Tuas Avenue in Singapore
New truck crane from Zoomlion
Zoomlion has launched a 75 tonne capacity truck crane for the Brazilian market. The four-axle ZMC75 has all-axle steering like an all terrain
Manitowoc launches truck crane pair
Manitowoc held an open day at its TaiAn production plant in Shangdon Province, China, in May, during which the manufacturer unveiled two new truck cranes to the Chinese market
Tadano HK heads for steel construction
Lochner Kranverleih has strengthened its fleet with a Tadano Faun HK 70 truck crane. The Erbendorf, Germany-based rental company ordered the 70 tonne capacity crane on a 5-axle MAN TGS 41.480 chassis and will use it primarily in steel construction
GSK55s find homes in Bavaria
Two German rental companies have added Grove's trailer-mounted GSK55 cranes to their fleets. Klema Kranverleih from Munich and Kranprofis Allgäu from Pforzen, near Kaufbeuren, are both in the German state of Bavaria
New truck crane trio from Tadano
Tadano will launch three new truck crane models during 2012, each aimed at different regions of the world. The HK 65, aimed at Europe, falls in the 65 to 70 tonne lifting capacity class, while the 70 US ton (64 tonne) GS-770XL is designed for the Brazilian market and the GT-600EX is set to meet Australian bridge regulations, while carrying counterweight
XCMG debuts European-spec truck crane
China's largest truck crane manufacturer has developed a 30 tonne model which has been certified for use in Europe.
The truck crane's fortunes outside China are mixed
The truck crane may be the biggest selling crane type in the world but its fortunes outside China are mixed
Terex truck crane launch at BICES
A pair of new truck cranes are among the cranes displayed by Terex at the BICES exhibition in China this week from 18 to 21 October
Terex launches Crossover 4500 boom truck
The 45 US ton (41 tonne) capacity Crossover 4500 boom truck has been launched by Terex in the USA
Truck crane upgrades from Link-Belt
Link-Belt has added new features to its 140 US ton (120 tonne) capacity HTC-3140 and long boom version HTC-3140 LB truck cranes
Grove truck mounted crane launched in Russia
Manitowoc introduced the Grove GBT35 truck mounted crane at the 2011 CTT show in Moscow, Russia. The locally-assembled crane has a 35 tonne capacity and a 39 metre, five-section full-power boom
Australia's first LG 1750 goes to M Joyce
M Joyce Crane Hire is the owner of the first 750 tonne capacity Liebherr LG 1750 lattice boom wheeled mobile crane in Australia
Truck crane sales from one extreme to another
There is much to celebrate in the global truck crane market overall but Western manufacturers and markets are still feeling the economic pinch
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