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How construction change is spearheading move to zero carbon
The pace of change and innovation has accelerated sharply as the industry searches for the best routes to a more sustainable future
Vestas approves wind blade transport system for manufacturers
Following the success of a trial loading operation performed in Denmark in mid-July, Germany-based Doll’s wind blade transport system has been certified by Vestas
Moving long turbine blades with Faymonville
New equipment for transporting the longest wind turbine blades now available from Faymonville
Lower version of K25 new from Scheuerle
Wind work is a typical application for the new low version of Scheuerle’s K25 trailer modules
New 5-3-1 warranty from XL Specialized Trailers
XL’s new warranty is effective January 1, 2021
Landoll launches 860-CE trailer
The 860-CE Construction Detachable trailer is designed for heavy hauls 
Talbert debuts traveling axle trailer
Talbert Manufacturing’s new 55-ton 5553TA excels in moving low clearance and dead loads, making it ideal for towing and recovery operations.
Fontaine unveils new 60-ton trailer
The Fontaine Magnitude 60LCC trailer hauls 60-ton loads in 13 feet with 4 axles close coupled
Deep South and Barnhart tackle refinery work
Installation of a huge combination tower at a refinery in Beaumont, TX required expert planning and execution by the team at Deep South Crane & Rigging
Roll-Lift USA hauls turbine blades to Texas wind farm
Green technology has become an increasingly social topic, and wind energy occupies a key position within this debate. Taller wind towers and longer blades present new challenges, especially for crane, rigging and heavy haul companies. 
Oxbo’s Keith Settle to speak at World Crane and Transport Summit
Keith Settle of Oxbo Mega Transport Solutions will discuss a challenging wind power project in Oklahoma
GTI expands with Jetco acquisition
Canada’s GTI Transport Solutions has acquired Jetco, a Texas, USA-based specialized transporter
Express Mondor completes rigorous Canadian journey
Transporting a tourist boat more than 1,000 miles through Canada was smooth sailing for Express Mondor.
Bauma last minute news
An update on what to see at the world’s largest trade show, in Munich, Germany, 8-14 April
ALL adds 212 trucks and trailers
The order includes 40 Peterbilt trucks, 12 Nelson RGN (removable gooseneck) trailers and 160 new Manac drop deck trailers
Berard's completes vessel journey
Berard found the quickest and most cost-effective plan for moving two huge vessels to a Louisiana refinery.
Pioneer completes door to door transport
Pioneer Heavy Haul transported a 160-foot-long cold box from Ontario to North Carolina.
Calculating trailer capacity
Troy Geisler discusses how to calculate the actual true capacity before purchasing a new trailer.
Boom dolly demand on the rise
Despite design and regulatory challenges, demand for boom dollies continues to improve. 
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