All Super Heavy Lifting Articles

Production starts on 3,000 tonne crane for BMS
Huisman starts work on 3,000 tonne capacity super heavy lift ring crane for BMS Heavy Cranes
Judge rules on Mammoet and Huisman IP case
Dutch court issues judgement on the Mammoet and Huisman intellectual property infringement case from early 2022
Mammoet to start building 6,000 tonne crane
Production of SK6,000 super heavy lift ring crane scheduled to begin in third quarter of 2022
IC50 is now IC100 – submit your entry today
Entry to our annual IC100 (formerly IC50) listing, which ranks the world’s largest wheeled mobile and lattice boom crane operating companies, is now open
Where are mega cranes popping up?
The future looks bright for the heavy lift crane industry as markets continue to emerge. 
Second 1,600 tonne crane for FOWIC
Fred. Olsen Windcarrier upgrades Brave Tern turbine installation vessel with 1,600 tonne Huisman crane
Which cranes are adding sophistication to demolition techniques?
Sophistication in destruction might sound like a contradiction in terms but precision and a light touch, delivered courtesy of cranes and lifting equipment, have their place in demolition
Manitowoc acquires Aspen Equipment’s assets
CEO Aaron Ravenscroft said the acquisition of Aspen will position Manitowoc closer to its end markets and complement its pending acquisition of H&E Equipments crane business.
Mega cranes tackle projects around the globe
Mega cranes have been front and center in the news over the past year.
Mammoet launches 6,614-ton mega crane
The SK6,000 is a new 6,614-ton capacity super heavy lift crane from Mammoet, to join the existing SK190 and SK350, and the SK10,000 announced in 2019
Mammoet reveals 6,000 tonne crane
The SK6,000 is a new 6,000 tonne capacity super heavy lift crane from Mammoet, joining the existing SK190 and SK350, and the SK10,000 announced in 2019
RopeBlock on Orion crane collapse
Hook company comments on the collapse during testing of the 5,000 tonne Liebherr crane on Orion
Orion crane collapse: updated
New  5,512-ton (5,000 tonne) Liebherr offshore crane brought down during testing in Germany
Bigge super cranes return to market
Two A-Frame Ring Derrick (AFRD) Super Cranes from Bigge are coming back on the market after completing projects at nuclear power plants in the United States. 
Building bridges across North America
The ACT team rounds up some of the latest in innovative bridge projects, 
Mammoet completes Louisiana plant build
Mammoet’s approach to modular construction contributes efficiency gains. 
Monster cranes projects
Several of the world’s largest cranes are performing super heavy lifting throughout the U.S.
ALE uses AL.SK350 in Texas
An AL.SK350 super heavy lift crane used on Texas oil project trial
Bruijninckx appointed Huisman CEO
Theo Bruijninckx new Huisman CEO, Joop Roodenburg now president
Ultra heavy lift market expands
Sarens and Mammoet are shaking up the mega crane market with new models. 
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