Read the IC September 2016 digital issue

By Katherine Weir12 September 2016

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

You can receive the digital version by registering at www.khl.com/subscriptions, at no cost. If you are already registered, view online or download the magazine from the left-hand tab at: http://www.khl.com/magazines/international-cranes-and-specialized-transport/

In the September issue:

IC TOWER INDEX

A buoyant tower crane market in several parts of the world has helped bring some big changes in this year’s IC Tower Index of the world’s largest tower crane end user companies. IC reports.

SITE REPORT: TOWER CRANES

Simon Marr, managing director at Marr Contracting, spoke to Alex Dahm about the high capacity tower crane from his fleet chosen for the Sundrop Farms project in Australia.

TOWER CRANES FEATURE

Special correspondent Heinz-Gert Kessel discusses ways for tower cranes to overcome a range of challenges on super high rise tower construction projects.

SITE REPORT: MOBILE CRANES

A tight construction space and a limit on lifting capacity provided a challenge for contractor ADI in Tasmania when building a waste water treatment plant. IC reports.

TOP LIFT 2016

Vote for your favourite lift over the last 12 months from our impressive selection of lifting projects around the world. The lift with the most votes will be crowned the Top Lift 2016 winner!

ROPES AND WINCHES

Katherine Weir spoke to crane manufacturers about the increasing interest in synthetic fibre hoist rope and Cris Seidenather at Lebus offers advice on how easy winch refurbishment can be.

ITC PREVIEW

The fifth International Tower Crane (ITC) conference returns to London in 2017 and will take place on 10 and 11 May. See why you should reserve your place.

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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