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Guest Commentary: The rise of nearshoring in North America
Mexico, the USA and Canada have integrated their economies way beyond our understanding. 
Morrow orders 27 Liebherr tower cranes
North American rental fleet expansion for tower crane rental and sales company based in Oregon, USA
Mammoet wins Canadian Lift of the Year Awards
Mammoet Canada Western Ltd was honored with the “Under 20Tonnes & Over 20Tonnes” awards. 
Weaver joins Link-Belt as district service representative
Mark Weaver will represent the northeastern United States and eastern Canada for Link-Belt Cranes field service department.
Potain grows presence in Western Canada
Cropac will now represent Potain in Western Canada for top-slewing tower cranes.
Canadian market sees post-pandemic revival
2022 is shaping up to be a solid year for the lifting, rigging and heavy haul market in Canada.
Dual Raimondi luffing jibs construct Canadian condominiums
Two Raimondi LR273 cranes are at work on a new Toronto area cluster development known as Nordic Condo. 
Custom Truck makes Canadian acquisition
US utility equipment specialist completes US$46.0 million acquisition of HiRail Leasing Group
US construction firms predict strong 2022
Optimism high among US contractors, but challenges with a lack of skilled workers and supply chains remain 
Matcom expands presence to British Columbia
The growth will accomodate the manufacturing and shipping sectors within the regions of Western Canada.
Mammoet transports emergency stator replacement
Mammoet assisted its customer Capital Power with a crucial replacement at the Genesee Generating Station. 
Ritchie Bros names president
Ritchie Bros confirms internal appointment 
Is bigger better as remote controls with larger displays trend?
Remote control manufacturers focus on improvements, including bigger monitors to display machine information
Tower crane collapses in Kelowna, BC, Canada
The tower crane collapsed as it was being dismantled.
Raimondi luffers at work in Toronto
Avenue Building Corporation deployed two new Raimondi LR273 cranes in downtown Toronto, Canada.
Machines are coming alive to rule future job sites
Machines are coming alive to rule future job sites
Faymonville launches 19 axle in North America
The HighwayMAX Dolly&Booster was designed for the North American transport market. 
ARA forecasts equipment rental recovery
Rental revenue expected to exceed peak totals in 2022
CM Labs envisages the job site of the future
Julien Richer-Lanciault, product manager at CM Labs, shares his thoughts on the job site of the future
Sarens hoists electricity towers in Canadian mountains
Sarens hoisted powerline towers on snow covered mountains for a power line in Ontario, Canada.
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