American Cranes & Transport - May 2020

05 May 2020

Included in this issue: 

  • REVIEW CONEXPO 
    ACT continues it is post-ConExpo coverage with more show-stopping machine debuts from the March tradeshow.
  • RIGGING REVIEW 
    Rigger trucks offer large capacities in small packages.
  • INTERVIEW 
    Hannah Sundermeyer sits down with Fred Ross, CEO and co-founder of Custom Truck One Source, to talk success and vertical integration.
  • PRODUCT FOCUS ALL TERRAINS
    Grove, Demag, Liebherr, Link-Belt and Tadano showed off a wide range of all terrain cranes at ConExpo.
  • PRODUCT REVIEW GANTRIES
    Gantries are simple machines, but new technologies are giving them further versatility for more complex projects. D.Ann Shiffler reports.
  • TECHNOLOGY REPORT LIFT PLANNING
    Innovations in lift planning software give crane companies more leverage planning and executing a project.
  • SITE REPORT TRANSPORT
    Green technology has become an increasingly social topic, and wind energy occupies a key position within this debate. Taller wind towers and longer blades present new challenges, especially for crane, rigging and heavy haul companies.
  • LEGENDARY
    The dedication of the Bragg family, it’s expert team and quality services have earned Bragg Companies legendary status.
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Bigfoot Construction team joins outrigger committees
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. 
Talbert celebrates anniversary of detachable gooseneck
First introduced in 1962, the hydraulic detachable gooseneck technology revolutionized safety in the trailer industry.
Sarens performs critical installation at nuclear site
The Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) initiated a major nuclear refueling and maintenance outage so that four replacement steam generators could be installed at the Watts Bar nuclear plant.
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