Read the IC July 2016 digital issue

19 July 2016

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

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In the July issue:

ALL TERRAINS

The focus in all terrain cranes remains on the five and six axle models and larger. Katherine Weir looks at the latest AT models.

HYDRAULIC GANTRIES

Gantry manufacturers must meet the demand for an increase in payload and height while still offering a safe and efficient machine. Katherine Weir reports.

SC&RA WORKSHOP PREVIEW

This year’s Crane & Rigging Workshop – in Washington DC – will give SC&RA members the opportunity to network and learn new safety and legislative information. IC reports.

REGION FOCUS: MIDDLE EAST

Not even falling oil prices can stop the bustling crane activity in the Middle East region. Katherine Weir investigates the emerging trends in the region.

INDUSTRY FOCUS: ENERGY, OIL AND GAS

Katherine Weir looks into the energy, oil and gas industries amidst worries surrounding th depressed oil and gas prices.

ESTA AWARDS:WINNERS IN FOCUS

Last month we looked at the winners, this month IC looks at the winning projects of the ESTA Awards.

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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