New News information at Cranes Today

New News information at Cranes Today


20/06/2018
Manitowoc splits self-erectors and towers
Manitowoc has reorganised its tower crane structure for Europe and Africa so that self-erecting tower cranes and top-slewing cranes are being run independently in terms of production and product management.
20/06/2018
Eight to ten with Effer
Effer has introduced the 2255 crane, which features a new hydraulic boom lengthening system, KJ, and new second jib, branded 2nd JIB.
20/06/2018
MAX Trailer launches MAX600 turntable
MAX Trailer, part of Faymonville Group, has enhanced its range with the MAX600 turntable trailer.
20/06/2018
Straightpoint Load Cell in tree felling application
A Straightpoint load cell was used during the felling of nine hulking loblolly pine trees at a residential property in Chesapeake, Virginia, recently.
20/06/2018
Demag AC 500-8 erects tower crane in Stuttgart
You would be hard-pressed to find a place in Germany that is as busy and congested as the area around the main train station in Stuttgart. And that is exactly where Bietigheim-Bissingen-based crane service provider Wiesbauer had to erect a 90m-tall top-slewing tower crane for construction company STRABAG-Züblin and STRABAG-BMTI.
20/06/2018
Irish Cranes bring Raimondis to Dublin
Irish Cranes & Lifting, official Raimondi agent of Ireland, has erected a total of six tower cranes on Cardiff Lane and North Circular Road in Dublin, Ireland.
20/06/2018
GAVSA takes RT into desert
In July 2017, GAVSA, of Tabasco, Mexico, was awarded a crane rental contract for the Atizapán–Atlacomulco Highway project, working on a job site in Mexico’s central desert.
20/06/2018
Linden Comansa at the top of Bangkok
Linden Comansa has supplied two luffers for Iconsiam, a highly anticipated mixed-use project next to the Chao Praya River, which runs through the city of Bangkok.
20/06/2018
ALE uses unique skidding solution in Russia
ALE has used a unique skidding technique to place a platform on an offshore substructure.
06/06/2018
Manitowoc launches 100t crawler, ends Kobelco deal
Shortly after announcing the end of a deal with Kobelco, which had for 15 years seen the Japanese company supply crawler cranes under 150t for rebadging in the USA, Manitowoc has launched a new 100t crawler crane, the MLC 100-1. The launch comes alongside a series of other new products at a company event in Shady Grove, including Grove’s biggest rough terrain.
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