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Huisman to build another 2,600 tonne crane
Second 2,600 tonne capacity offshore wind turbine installation vessel crane for Eneti via DSME
New 300 tonne Liebherr with 90 metre boom
Liebherr announces 300 tonne mobile crane with 90 metre telescopic boom and 12 tonnes per axle
Jean-Louis Olivier 1952–2022
SMIE founder and crane safety technology pioneer died on 8 January after a short and unexpected illness
Wolff launches low top tower crane
New 800 tonne-metre Wolff 8076 Compact tops manufacturer Wolffkran’s saddle jib crane series
BMS orders 3,000 tonne crane
Danish crane rental house to get 3,000 tonne capacity lattice boom ring crane from Dutch specialist Huisman
Second 1,600 tonne crane for FOWIC
Fred. Olsen Windcarrier upgrades Brave Tern turbine installation vessel with 1,600 tonne Huisman crane
Another electric Liebherr crawler crane
The 160 tonne LR 1160.1 unplugged is the next electric crawler crane to be announced by manufacturer Liebherr
New Liebherr 400 tonne crawler crane
The LR 1400 SX is a 400 tonne capacity crawler crane now available from Liebherr-Werk Nenzing
New 40 tonne Tadano all terrain
A 40 tonne two axle all terrain crane is the first fruit of the Tadano and Demag combined development team
First lift for All’s new Liebherr
Blue Beast starts work by lifting six air handler sections at the Veterans Administration Hospital in Cleveland, Ohio, USA
Stafford acquires Soima
Portuguese tower crane manufacturer bought by tower crane specialist Stafford Crane Group
Higher capacity trolleys for heavy lifts
Enerpac has improved its ETR-Series Trolley System with higher capacity trolleys and swivel plates to accommodate header beams and lifting systems
Palfinger posts strong post-pandemic growth
Revenue and profit come back strongly for Austrian crane and access platform maker despite several challenges
Liebherr in Ehingen switches to HVO fuel
Mobile crane manufacturer in Ehingen, Germany, switches to HVO fuel alternative to diesel claimed to be climate-neutral
China approves Cargotec and Konecranes merger
Another step closer to merger as China gives approval and Phase II review continues in Europe
Interview: Mammoet’s Pieter Jacobs on the quest for wind energy
Mammoet’s Pieter Jacobs discusses the future of the ever-evolving onshore wind energy
Moving long turbine blades with Faymonville
New equipment for transporting the longest wind turbine blades now available from Faymonville
Interview: Mammoet’s Erica Gray on adopting sustainability
Mammoet adopts sustainable practices aligned with its customer’s green aspirations
Video: Mammoet’s approach to sustainability in lifting and transport
Erica Gray, global sustainability manager at Mammoet, explains the company’s strategic approach to reducing negative environmental impact
Double Tadano AT upgrade
Tadano announces upgrade of 110 and 120 tonne all terrain models, following last month’s upgrade of the 70 tonner
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