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Crane industry sees stimulus surge
As the nation emerges from the pandemic, the finance sector is bullish about crane sales.
Interview: Liebherr equipped to navigate unpredictable trends
Interview: Christoph Kleiner, Liebherr-Werk Ehingen
Special Report: 2021 Forecast
Chris Sleight answers pertinent questions about a post-Covid economic picture for the construction industry in 2021.
Equipment financing in a Covid-landscape
ACT rounds up three industry experts to talk money, used equipment and fleet expansion in today’s marketplace.
Palfinger down 15%
Stability remains despite 15% hit from Covid-19, says Austrian crane, access platform and materials handling equipment manufacturer
Tower crane demand remains resilient
Despite the economic slowdown caused by the Covid-19 crisis, tower crane fleet utilization remains solid
Tadano initiates restructuring
Protective Shield Proceedings set in motion by Tadano for its German subsidiaries
Construction at U.S. airports proceeding despite pandemic
Many large projects are ongoing even as air travel struggles amid concerns over Covid-19
TNT makes its case at bankruptcy court
TNT was forced into bankruptcy protection due to Covid-19 and falling oil and gas prices
Technology attracts additional workforce
Now might be the perfect time to recruit employees
Leading in a catastrophe
Lauren Fronczek discusses how to effectively safeguard your business during crisis.
H&E Q2 revenues down 16 percent
Second quarter proves “challenging” as revenues and profits are hit by pandemic
Manitex announces European debt reduction
Manitex International has minimised its European bank debt by approximately 4.96M €, effective 20 July 2020
Manitex announces massive debt reduction
Manitex International has reduced its European bank debt by approximately 4.96M €, effective July 20, 2020
SC&RA NEWS: How are we doing?
Looking back to look ahead in the time of Covid-19
Covid crisis puts damper on crawler sales
While lattice boom crawler cranes are working on jobsites across the country, OEMs generally do not expect new machine sales to pick up until 2021
NCCCO grants extensions in response to Covid-19
NCCCO realizes that Covid-19 has continued to affect the ability of candidates and certificants to test in a timely fashion
WIKA to offer virtual training
WIKA Mobile Control service training courses have transitioned to a live online webinar format as an alternate solution to physically being in a classroom. 
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