American Cranes & Transport - August 2019

01 August 2019

Included in the issue: 

  • PREVIEW WORLD CRANE TRANSPORT SUMMIT 
    KHL’s World Crane and Transport Summit will convene in Amsterdam November 13-14, 2019.
  • INTERVIEW 
    P&J Acromet’s Stephen Jehle understands what it takes to succeed in the North American tower crane market. D.Ann Shiffler reports.
  • RIGGING REVIEW 
    Modulift Engineering manager Harshal Kulkarni discusses why rigging calculations are important to successful and safe projects.
  • TOWERCRANE50 
    ACT’s exclusive ranking of North America’s top tower crane-owning companies.
  • PROJECT FOCUS: ROUGH TERRAINS 
    Hannah Sundermeyer breaks down the market for rough terrain cranes.
  • PROJECT DIGEST: SPECIALIZED LIFTING & RIGGING 
    Skates, slides, jacks, gantries and other specialized rigging equipment are being used to perform monumental projects.
  • PROJECT FOCUS: CRANE ENGINES & OEM COMPONENTS 
    What does a customer look for in a mobile crane engine? ACT rounds up products from the major makers of crane engines.
  • SITE REPORT: RIGGING 
    R&J Lifting Solutions is introducing selferectors to the Central Texas market.
  • SITE REPORT: TRANSPORT 
    Julian Leek and Mary Kanian report on NASA’s renovation of its Crawler-Transporter.
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