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  • Prangl uses Demag AC 1000-9 for refinery work

    Prangl uses Demag AT for refinery work


    Lifting capacity and maneuverablity were two key reasons why Prangl utilised its Demag AC 1000-9 AT crane for refinery work in Vienna

  • IC50 2017 front cover photo

    IC50 2017: Staying up


    While the 6% growth in the capability of the companies in this year’s IC50 crane owner ranking is half that of last year it is a still a strong increase

  • After unloading, the items for special transport had to be brought safely to the wind farm

    Wind project involves complex transportation


    Austrian specialist contractor Prangl used its heavy duty transportation equipment on a challenging transport project for the wind energy industry

  • Prangl’s AC 1000 driving to the top of the Pretul Mountain in Austria

    High altitude lifts for Prangl


    Austria-based crane service provider Prangl took its Terex AC 1000 all terrain to altitudes of around 1,600 metres for a wind power project in Styria, Austria

  • The value of the used cranes from Prangl’s fleet is approximately €5 million (US$ 5.4 million)

    IMC buys 30 used cranes from Prangl


    International Mobile Cranes (IMC) in Germany has acquired 30 used cranes from Austria-based crane and specialized transport service provider Prangl

  • Prangl using a Terex AC 500-2 all terrain crane to help launch a 71 tonne hull onto Lake Hallstatt,

    Ship launch by Prangl


    Austrian crane service provider Prangl used a 500 tonne capacity Terex AC 500-2 all terrain crane to help launch a 71 tonne hull onto Lake Hallstatt in Austria

  • The dryer being hoisted in a tandem lift by a 500 tonne and a 700 tonne telescopic crane

    Technical lift by Prangl


    Lifting and specialist transport service provider Prangl provided lifting services for the construction of a new nitric acid plant in Hungary

  • From left: Norty Turner (CEO, Riwal), Prangl's Markus Reitermayer and Riwal's Guillaume Getas

    Riwal and Prangl sign framework agreement


    More than 70 JLG aerial work platforms already earmarked for customers in central and eastern Europe

  • The Terex AC 200-1 all terrain crane on the B 182 Brennerstraße

    Prangl on landslide clear up


    Lifting and transportation company Prangl used a Terex AC 200-1 all terrain crane to help restore a motorway after it was buried by a landslide in Austria

  • Crane company Prangl Hungaria Kft on set of the Hollywood film, 'Die Hard – A Good Day to Die' with

    Prangl assists in Hollywood film


    Crane company Prangl Hungaria has assisted in the production of a new Hollywood film, Die Hard – A Good Day to Die

  • Prangl scissors light the way for the Snowmobile contest in the Austrian Alps

    Prangl at light speed


    Scissor lifts supplied by Prangl helped light the way for the snow mobile’s answer to Formula 1 at Saalbach-Hinterglemm in the Austrian Alps

  • Prangl's articulated booms at the Graz town hall, Germany

    Prangl hits the high notes


    Austrian rental firm Prangl used a range of aerial work platforms to help set up a live broadcast of one of the most popular shows on German-language television

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    Prangl lights up New Year


    Prangl was placed in the spotlight this New Year when it was called upon to provide the access equipment for installing the lighting units for the Vienna New Year 2012 concert.

  • Manitou delivers the first machines in a 115 machine order from Austrian rental company Prangl

    Prangl orders 115 machines from Manitou


    Austrian access and crane rental specialist Prangl has ordered 115 machines from French telehandler and access platform manufacturer Manitou.

  • Prangl's 95 tonne capacity Liebherr LTM 1095-5.1 all terrain used its 58 m boom to help install a ne

    Prangl up more than 2,000 metres


    Austrian crane and transport specialist Prangl used an all terrain crane to install a cable car station more than 2,000 metres above sea level

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    Prangl moves three rail cars by road


    Prangl moved three new 572 hp (426 kW) low floor streetcars for The Pöstlingberg Railway in Linz, Austria