With a new crawler crane launch and a strong order board, Kobleco Cranes’ Jack Fendrick is pleased and humbled. D.Ann Shiffler reports.
Good news! The truck crane market is enjoying a healthy surge. Hannah Sundermeyer reports.
In August of 2017, OXBO Mega Transport Solutions performed an incredible scope of work that greatly expedited the building of the Suquamish ferry.
Over 500,000 pounds: Covering almost 1,000 land and nautical river miles in Venezuela, United Kingdom-based ALE was tasked with transporting six 22 MW power plant engines from Puerto Ordaz to the Santa Ines Refinery
Under 160,000 pounds: Precision Specialized Division transported expensive and fragile high-tech instruments, cased in thousands of pounds of steel, over a precarious route.
160,000 – 500,000 pounds: Edwards was contracted to haul three of the largest-ever fully assembled turbines from Schenectady, NY to a new combined cycle power plant in the hills of Jessup, PA.
Over $2 million: Between 2016 and 2017, Fagioli installed 19 corresponding 450-ton mobile gates with a Fagioli-built customized launching system.
From June to September 2017, Fagioli was involved in a challenging operation in Romania for the lifting, skidding and jacking down operations of a 182.4-ton Top Ram Guide (TRG).
Under $150,000: Barnhart installed a silicon reactor for their client, Evonik, in late March of 2017 – a journey that took them through incredibly tight spaces and ultimately up a vertical shaft for securement on the second floor of a manufacturing facility.
Joe Doerr discusses why telematics are a fleet manager’s most important set of tools.
Infrastructure spending caps busy first quarter in Washington, D.C.
The SC&RA Safety Awards spotlight sacrifice, impact and commitment.
Lift planning is the collaboration of people and technology. Joseph Kuzar reports exclusively for ACT.
Marco Crane & Rigging completed the complex lift of a 20,000-pound bronze lion sculpture at the San Diego Zoo.
Matt Reinhart discusses how fleet management software is an investment in the future of your business.
Boss Crane & Rigging teamed with sister company Bennett Motor Express to lift, rig and transport two 410,000-pound slug catchers.
Erin Jepperson gives three reasons why aerial imagery is improving crane placement.
Sarens and Mammoet are shaking up the mega crane market with new models.
TNT Crane & Rigging performed a complex railroad bridge installation, working against winter weather, challenging ground conditions and a ticking clock.
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