American Cranes & Transport - December 2019
28 November 2019
Included in this issue:
- SITE VISIT: GOLDHOFER
Goldhofer/Flite Line hosted almost 100 customers at its new facility in Miramar, FL. D.Ann Shiffler reports.
- PREVIEW: SPECIALIZED TRANSPORTATION SYMPOSIUM
SC&RA’s Specialized Transportation Symposium in Charlotte is a must-attend event.
Stefan Kohler is the trusted face of Goldhofer in North America. D.Ann Shiffler reports on how he and his company approach customer loyalty.
- RIGGING REVIEW
Lampson International continues its program of remanufacturing older model Manitowoc crawlers.
- REGIONAL REPORT: MEXICO
Political issues could prevent Mexico’s crane and rigging sector from its economic potential. Hal Lundgren reports.
ACT’s 15th annual ranking of North America’s largest specialized transportation companies.
- INDUSTRY FORUM: MAINTENANCE, RESTORATION AND REPAIR
Hannah Sundermeyer spoke to industry leaders about crane restoration and the market for refurbished cranes.
- PRODUCT FOCUS: MINI & INDUSTRIAL CRANES
Mini cranes are filling a growing market need.
- PRODUCT FOCUS: SPECIALIZED TRAILERS
Hannah Sundermeyer rounds up the latest technologies in heavy haul trailer design.
- REVIEW: BREAKBULK
Breakbulk 2019 attracted close to 5,000 attendees. ACT presents a photo album from the show.
- SITE REPORT: TRANSPORT
In a 55-hour timespan, Wolfe House Movers helped replace a bridge on the Pennsylvania Turnpike.
Winter weather driving requires safety diligence.
- RISK MANAGEMENT
Bill Smith presents NBIS’s 2019 risk management roundup.
- SC&RA COMMENT
It’s time to register for FMCSA’s Drug & Alcohol Clearinghouse.
- SC&RA NEWS
The Manual & Bull Rigging Competency Guidebook clarifies many conflicting terminologies related to bull rigging.
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