Read the IC August 2016 digital issue

15 August 2016

The August 2016 issue of International Cranes and Specialized Transport (IC) is now available to download from www.khl.com.

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In the August issue:

TRANSPORT 50

Now in its 12th year the IC Tranport 50 ranking of the world's largest specialized transport companies, again shows double digit growth.

INTERVIEW: IFFET TÜRKEN

Iffet Türken has been ESTA transport vice president since April. She explained to IC why ESTA is so important to her and to the specialized transport industry.

SITE REPORT: CRANES

Linian took on the challenge of refurbishing an old crane so it could become useful to new owner, Tratos UK. IC reports.

ENGINES

The next round of engine exhaust emission regulations for NRMM comes into force on 1 January 2019. Will end users and crane owners be ready for Stage V? Katherine Weir reports.

SPECIALIZED TRANSPORT

This year has seen a surge of product launches and there has been a strong appetite for them from end users. Katherine Weir looks at the latest equipment.

TYRES AND WHEELS

New products and other developments in tyres and wheels for cranes and specialized transport equipment. Katherine Weir reports.

SITE REPORT: TRANSPORT

A trio of Korea-based transport companies used 324 axle lines from Cometto to move a ship block weighing 14,750 tonnes. IC reports.

Plus the regular sections:

  • News
  • Business
  • Specialized transport news
  • The Knowledge
  • Equipment and accessories
  • Back page
  • SC&RA comment and news
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