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Custom-built Grove GMK6450-1 in the mix for German rental specialist
A 20,000 tonne-metre, 720 tonne monster tower crane unveiled by Zoomlion in China
Mark Cleland will help usher the company into its next chapter, which involves growing into new markets and launching new products.
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Handed over from one family to another: the new 2,500 tonne capacity heavy lift lattice boom crawler crane
Super heavy lift crane number two for Norwegian offshore wind turbine installation specialist
The project is part of an overall $500 million investment that will eventually cover over 540 acres and include residential and commercial developments.
The purchase marks Bishop’s twelfth acquisition since 2012 and is the fifth add-on acquisition since Altamont acquired the platform in February 2022.
Narrow track version of 700 tonne capacity lattice boom crane for wind farm work
The Annual Conference promises to be among the best ever with celebrating SC&RA’s 75th anniversary at the top of the agenda.
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The industry veteran has been named to the newly created position of vice president sales & marketing.
Looking back at the milestones for one of the world’s most revered rigging tools.
Her new role will include oversight of technical communications and training.
A 50 tonne capacity crane has been donated by Tadano for the Turkey-Syria earthquake relief effort
Industrial crane manufacturer Konecranes acquires Whiting Corp and its industrial and nuclear crane operations
The FMCSA plans to change the way it evaluates trucking company safety by upgrading its current ranking model
The Annual Conference continues to drive both members and industry productively forward
Beyel Brothers and Dynamics Group removed, transported and installed 16 classroom buildings from two elementary schools to a high school
The company put the Demag AC 300-6 to work at an Oilfield in North Dakota setting 160,000-pound compressors