American Cranes & Transport - June 2020

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Included in this issue:

  • RIGGING MATTERS
    Remote control and automation technology can enhance operator ease and safety.
  • INTERVIEW
    Enerpac Americas president Jim McTaggart discusses the impact of Covid-19 and his company’s strategy for the future. D.Ann Shiffler reports.
  • PRODUCT FOCUS: SELF-ERECTING TOWER CRANES
    Self-erectors bring versatility, efficiency and cost effectiveness to jobsites while providing out-ofthe- box lifting solutions. Hannah Sundermeyer reports.
  • ACT100
    American Cranes & Transport’s 15th annual ACT100 index of North America’s largest crane-owning companies.
  • INDUSTRY FORUM: CRANE RENTAL
    The consensus for the outlook for the crane industry is that there is no consensus.
  • CONEXPO: PHOTO ESSAY
    Scott-Macon executive and accomplished photographer Bob Dimmitt muses about ConExpo 2020.
  • INDUSTRY FOCUS: REMOTE TRAINING
    Due to the Covid-19 virus, remote training has become a necessity.
  • SITE REPORT: RIGGING
    As Major League Baseball works on a return from the Covid-19 crisis, ACT chronicles the solution for lifting and positioning roof trusses at the Texas Rangers new Globe Life Field stadium.
  • LEGENDARY
    The first crane designed by John L. Grove sits in a makeshift museum at the Manitowoc facility in Shady Grove, MA.
  • SC&RA RISK MANAGEMENT
    Lauren Fronczek discusses how and why distracted driving causes accidents.
  • SC&RA COMMENT
    Before you re-open, be sure to re-examine.
  • SC&RA NEWS
    SC&RA stays nimble within complex moment.

 

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