All raxtar articles

  • Turku Meyer Shipyard
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    Construction hoists: capacity, speed, control

    2019-06-11T10:52:00Z

    Hoists in the construction industry are getting bigger and faster and are taking into consideration the modern logistical worksite

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    ALH Awards shortlist announced

    2017-09-05T17:46:00Z

    The shortlist for the 2017 ALH Awards has been revealed following the judges meeting on Sept. 5. 

  • Pascal Matheeuwsen, CEO, Raxtar
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    Raxtar establishes U.S. headquarters

    2016-04-15T11:55:00Z

    Netherlands-based hoist and mast climbing equipment manufacturer Raxtar has officially established itself in the United States

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    Zoomlion buys into Raxtar

    2014-08-12T10:16:00Z

    Zoomlion Heavy Industry Science Technology Co. has acquired 35% of Netherlands-based hoist and mast climbing equipment manufacturer Raxtar.

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    Hydro-Mobile and Raxtar provide for One World Trade Centre

    2012-12-17T13:07:00Z

    Hydro-Mobile and Raxtar were selected by Atlantic Hoisting and Scaffolding to provide hoists and mastclimbing equipment to help build One World Trade Centre, formerly known as the Freedom Tower, in New York City, USA

  • Atlantic Hoisting and Scaffolding chose RAXTAR and Hydro Mobile to provide hoists and mast climbing
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    Atlantic Hoisting provides hoists and platforms for One World Trade Center project

    2011-09-29T21:27:00Z

    Atlantic Hoisting and Scaffolding chose RAXTAR and Hydro Mobile to provide hoists and mast climbing work platforms in order to help build One World Trade Center, formerly known as the Freedom Tower, in New York. Both companies joined forces with New York's Atlantic Hoisting and Scaffolding, to create an access ...

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    Atlantic Hoisting provides hoists and platforms for One World Trade Center project

    2011-09-29T21:21:00Z

    Atlantic Hoisting and Scaffolding chose RAXTAR and Hydro Mobile to provide hoists and mast climbing work platforms in order to help build One World Trade Center formerly known as the Freedom Tower in New York. Both companies have joined forces with New York's Atlantic Hoisting and Scaffolding to create an ...

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    Counting the cost of telematics

    2009-01-14T12:45:00Z

    The benefits that telematics technology can brings to fleet management may depend very much on how much homework you do. Here are some of the things you should consider.

  • Raxtar hoists like these will be used in the construction of New York's 'Freedom Tower'.
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    Raxtar hoists on New York’s ‘Freedom Tower’

    2008-09-25T08:33:00Z

    New York rental company Atlantic Hoisting Scaffolding will supply 12 Raxtar construction hoists built in the Netherlands for use on the construction of the 420 m high ‘Freedom Tower’ on the site of Ground Zero in Manhattan.

  • Inside Fraco's new Transporter platform that has a payload capacity of 8000 lb (3630 kg)
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    Fire resistant: access at World of Concrete

    2008-05-06T14:51:00Z

    Even a slow start and an end-of-the-week fire couldn't stop another busy World of Concrete. John Wyatt reports on the hoists and mast climbers at the event.

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    Hydro Mobile sells RAXTAR hoists

    2008-04-02T16:13:00Z

    Canada's Hydro Mobile is to sell RAXTAR's construction hoists in North America following an agreement between the two companies.

  • Mr Wang Hua Long, GJJ president (left) with Mr Liu Yue Jin, the company's general manager and chief
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    Two worlds

    2008-03-19T11:37:00Z

    China's GJJ and The Netherland's Raxtar are quite different companies, but both are hoping to make a bigger impression in the world's hoist markets. Murray Pollok spoke to the companies at the recent Bauma exhibition. Plus, new hoist and mast climbers from Bauma and applications reports from around the world.