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Previewing the SC&RA Specialized Transportation Symposium
The highly anticipated industry event will be held February 22-24, 2022 in Glendale, AZ.
Mammoet navigates transport paths for pipe rack placement
Mammoet was tasked with the transport and setting of six pipe rack modules in the Hartford, IL region
Trail King to utilize zinc-rich primer
Trail King Industries announced the addition of zinc rich primer as the standard on each piece of equipment.
Heavy haul market normalizes as supply chain returns
The specialized transport sector is hopeful the heavy haul market will continue to normalize. 
Mammoet installs new gates at DFW with the help of latest cradle technology
In total, Mammoet transported six buildings and placed them using the Mega Jack 300 jacking cradles.
Mammoet transports emergency stator replacement
Mammoet assisted its customer Capital Power with a crucial replacement at the Genesee Generating Station. 
Ten top tips for trailer maintenance
Troy Geisler, vice president of sales and marketing at Talbert Manufacturing and and Lloyd Hair, director of maintenance at Keen Transport offer their top trailer maintenance tips
North America’s latest specialized transportation projects
Hannah Sundermeyer rounds up the latest in landmark transportation projects.
Pinnacle confirms joint venture with Nuqsana
The venture goes by Nuqsana-Pinnacle and is based in Baker Lake, Nunavut, Canada. 
Deadline extended for ACT Transport 50 listing
The deadline for Transport 50 submissions has been extended to November 15, 2021. 
Submit ACT Transport 50 forms today!
Complete information for the ACT listing of North America’s largest specialized transportation companies.
Two new dealers for Trail King
Trail King adds dealers in Wyoming and Illinois.
Mammoet sets girders for Colorado bridge project
Mammoet assisted in setting twelve steel rail bridge girders directly under Interstate 70 in Colorado, USA.
ALS transports slurry system for Casagrande
Moving one machine in multiple pieces from Italy to the USA required careful planning over several months
Detailing North America’s latest breakbulk projects
Wind components, vessels and modules, ACT rounds up several significant breakbulk cargo projects.
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
Fontaine unveils California legal extendable trailers
The four new Xcalibur extendable models are 53 feet in the closed position and 90 feet fully opened.
Moving long turbine blades with Faymonville
New equipment for transporting the longest wind turbine blades now available from Faymonville
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
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