Final call for IC50 entries

By Alex Dahm17 May 2019

It’s that time again to submit information for International Cranes and Specialized Transport magazine’s listing of the world’s largest crane operating companies.

Get your company in the IC50

Get your company in the IC50

This survey extension closes on Friday morning, 17 May, UK time. For any companies still to submit an entry please click here to download a copy of the 2019 IC50 entry form.

The IC50, now in its 24th year, ranks the biggest crane-owning companies in the world by their IC Index value. This figure is obtained by adding together the maximum load moment rating, in tonne-metres (not the rated capacity in tonnes), of all wheeled mobile, crawler and super heavy lift lattice boom cranes in your fleet.

The figures supplied to us should be the total combined load moment rating, in tonne-metres, of all eligible cranes in the fleet on 1 May 2019. If it is easier for you, please complete what you can of the form and then also send us a complete fleet list with make, model, capacity, type, and how many you have of each unit, from which we can enter the data for you and make the calculation.

Thank you, in advance, for your contribution.

If you have any questions please contact the editor, Alex Dahm, Tel: +44 1892 786206 or by e-mail: alex.dahm@khl.com

 

Supporting documents

Click links below to download and view individual files.

 
IC 2019 IC50 Entry Form Editable Size: 256.8 KB Click to download
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