The May 2016 issue of International Cranes and Specialized Transport (IC) is now available to download from www.khl.com.
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In the May issue:
OPERATOR ASSISTANCE DEVICES
Katherine Weir investigates the blurry line between devices that assist the crane operator and those that intervene.
INTERVIEW: BARRY PENNYPACKER
In an exclusive interview since starting with Manitowoc Cranes at the beginning of the year, Barry Pennypacker shares his vision for the company. D.Ann Shiffler reports.
As we say farewell to Bauma, Munich, for another three years, we look back on the highlights of the biggest show in the industry’s calendar.
MINI CRAWLER CRANES
The mini market is keeping capacity low while offering a selection of added features to entice new buyers. Katherine Weir reports.
From new crane ranges to detailed technical innovations, there have been some interesting developments in the articulating or knuckle boom crane sector. Alex Dahm reports.
SITE TRANSPORT: TRANSPORT
Barnhart Crane & Rigging traversed land and sea to deliver two turbines and two generators to a power plant in Maryland, USA. IC reports.
SITE REPORT: POWER LIFTING
Overhead crane operator Whiting Corporation saved a nuclear generating station in Michigan, USA, millions of dollars in a lift and rotation project. IC reports.
The largest crane and heavy transport party in Europe welcomed more than 500 delegates at the Bayerischer Hof hotel in Munich, Germany, to celebrate winners in 10 categories. IC reports.
Plus the regular sections:
- Specialized transport news
- The Knowledge
- Equipment and accessories
- Back page
- SC&RA comment and news