New News information at Cranes Today

New News information at Cranes Today


18/09/2018
Spierings expands UK service activities
Dutch mobile tower crane manufacturer Spierings Mobile Cranes has expanded its service activities in the UK, with the appointment of Crowland Cranes as workshop service partner and in cooperation with several DAF dealers.
18/09/2018
Link-Belt announces new full power 100RT
Link-Belt is bringing a new 100USt (90t) 100RT rough terrain crane to the market with, according to the manufacturer, the longest full-power boom available.
18/09/2018
LGH upgrades load cell fleet with SP
US lifting equipment rental specialist Lifting Gear Hire (LGH) has initiated a major overhaul of its load cell fleet and placed a significant order for Straightpoint’s (SP) Radiolink plus units up to 220,000lbs in capacity.
18/09/2018
Transformer changeouts
Edwards Moving & Rigging is using a variety of equipment, including a 150USt capacity low profile hydraulic skidding system from Hydra-Slide, to remove small transformers and replace them with new units over a two-year period at a high security power plant in the south east of the US.
18/09/2018
New premises, new cranes
GGR Group held an open day at its new facility in Haddenham, in the south east of England, showcasing its wide range of lifting equipment.
11/09/2018
Demag CC 6800-1 at Turkish power plant
Turkish crane service provider Sarilar used a Demag CC 6800-1 lattice boom crawler crane to erect steel structures at the premises of the Adana Sugözü coal-fired power plant on behalf of Termokimik.
11/09/2018
New Tadano loader and RT
Tadano has launched its biggest loader crane, the TM-ZX1505. The company has also announced a 20t rough terrain specifically for the Oceania market.
11/09/2018
Tandem hoist for debarking drum
Two Liebherr mobile cranes replaced a 20-year-old debarking drum at the Sappi paper factory in Ehingen, Germany. This is also the location of the Liebherr manufacturing plant for mobile and crawler cranes.
11/09/2018
New Hiab building material cranes
Hiab is launching new building material crane models, with capacities ranging from 13–20tm.
11/09/2018
Fassi and Volvo launch FX-Link
Fassi and Volvo Trucks Italia have collaborated to develop FX-Link, a new system to optimise the connectivity between the crane and truck and to control different truck functions from the crane remote control and vice versa.
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