December issue of IC out now

By Laura Hatton08 December 2014

International Cranes and Specialized Transport December 2014 issue

International Cranes and Specialized Transport December 2014 issue

The December issue of International Cranes and Specialized Transport magazine is now available in print and online.

This month's issue includes features on heavy lifting, insurance and risk management, wind turbine installation. It also includes regular features from Marco van Daal, world news and an exclusive site report from Partha Pratim Basistha on the development of a cable stayed bridge in India’s capital city of Delhi.

Magazines are available in a print version with free delivery, in digital format and as a free tablet edition available for download. This convenient format offers additional images and video alongside all the text and pictures from the print version. Galleries of extra images can be accessed by swiping pictures marked with a white dot. The number of dots shows how many images can be viewed. A “play” symbol indicates the presence of video or audio.

The tablet version of International Cranes and Specialized Transport can be downloaded through the Apple News Stand on iPads or through the Pocketmags app. Adding this app to either Apple or Android tablet devices enables the magazines to be downloaded.

They can also be downloaded directly from the Pocketmags website – – to these and other devices such as Kindle Fire and Blackberry Playbook, as well as on PCs and Macs. A search of for International Cranes and Specialized Transport will find it.

Other magazines from KHL are also available as tablet editions, including American Cranes & Transport, International Construction and Construction Europe.

For full details on registering for your copy see publisher KHL's web site.

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