American Cranes & Transport - July 2018

11 July 2018

Included in this issue:

  • SITE VISIT: MANITOWOC
    Manitowoc’s Crane Days event was the opportunity to show off five new cranes and a lot more. D.Ann Shiffler reports.
  • SITE VISIT: LIEBHERR
    D.Ann Shiffler and Hannah Sundermeyer recap Liebherr’s Customer Days event in Germany and Austria that included new crane launches, plant tours and more.
  • REVIEW: TOWER CRANES NORTH AMERICA CONFERENCE
    With more than 275 attendees, the first tower crane conference in North America covered a host of compelling topics.
  • PREVIEW: SC&RA CRANE & RIGGING WORKSHOP
    Mike Chalmers previews the September SC&RA Workshop in Louisville.
  • INTERVIEW: TONI SABIA
    A transportation titan, Toni Sabia leads TSP with prowess and professionalism.
  • RIGGING REVIEW
    Industry experts weigh in on ground stabilization strategies. Hannah Sundermeyer reports.
  • TECHNOLOGY REPORT: LMI/RCLS
    ACT rounds up the latest products in load movement technology.
  • PRODUCT FOCUS: CRAWLER CRANES
    D.Ann Shiffler assesses recent crawler crane news and product releases.
  • PROJECT FOCUS: POWER PLANTS AND REFINERIES
    A compilation of impressive projects at power plants and refineries.
  • SITE REPORT: TRANSPORT
    DeMase Trucking and Rigging handles an historic WWII fighter plane.
  • SYNOPSIS
    Bill Smith discusses how wind can be a silent enemy in crane operations.
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