American Cranes & Transport - May 2019

14 May 2019

Included in the issue: 

  • RIGGING REVIEW  
    Lance Burney offers tips for avoiding crane accidents involving power lines.
  • INTERVIEW 
    Incoming NCCCO CEO Thom Sicklesteel is passionate about making crane operations safer D.Ann Shiffler reports.
  • PRODUCT FOCUS TRUCK CRANES  
    Truck cranes are still a market favorite because of their ability to get in and out quickly. 
  • PROJECT DIGEST GANTRIES  
    Gantries offer efficient, cost-effective rigging solutions. Hannah Sundermeyer reports.
  • REGIONAL REPORT CANADA  
    Hal Lundgren reports that the Canadian market is mixed, but the outlook is positive. 
  • TECHNOLOGY REPORT LIFT PLANNING  
    Tawnia Weiss discusses why lift plans mean different things to different people.
  • TECHNOLOGY REPORT LIFT PLANNING 
    Unloading a pressurizer vessel from an Antonov 124 cargo plane required a detailed lift plan.
  • TECHNOLOGY REPORT LIFT PLANNING 
    Liebherr upgrades its Crane Planner with a mobile app. 
  • SITE REPORT RIGGING 
    Bay Crane rigged a vintage airliner into the new TWA Hotel at JFK Airport. D.Ann Shiffler reports.
  • SITE REPORT TRANSPORT  
    Dynamic Specialized transports a huge transformer.
  • REGULATORY REVIEW  
    Pilot car certification is one of the goals of the North American Pilot Vehicle Safety Alliance. Hal Lundgren reports.
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Jeff Steiner has joined the SC&RA outrigger pad resource task force, and he and his nephew, Eric Steiner, are members of the P30 standards outrigger pad subcommittee. 
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First introduced in 1962, the hydraulic detachable gooseneck technology revolutionized safety in the trailer industry.
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