Deadline extended for ACT Specialized Lifting 50

By Hannah Sundermeyer07 February 2022

The deadline for Specialized Lifting 50 submissions has been extended to Feburary 14, 2022.

It is time to submit information for American Cranes & Transport magazine’s annual Specialized Lifting 50 listing of North America’s largest specialized lifting companies.

On this list are companies that provide lifting and rigging services using such equipment as gantries, tower lifts, strand jacks, skates, rigger trucks, SPMTs and the like. 

The SL50 ranking will be included in our March 2022 edition.

As ever, we are trying to expand the list so we encourage those companies that participate in any type of specialized lifting services in North America to participate by filling out our survey form. For those that have been represented in the SL50 previously, please fill out a new data form to reflect your 2022 fleet.

You don’t want to be left off this list, so we urge you to download the survey form, fill it out and return it back to us as soon as possible! 

Please download and send completed forms to:

D.Ann Shiffler, Editor e-mail: d.ann.shiffler@khl.com

Hannah Sundermeyer, Assistant Editor e-mail: hannah.sundermeyer@khl.com

DEADLINE: Feburary 14, 2022

Supporting documents

Click links below to download and view individual files.

 
ACT Specialized Lifting 50 Form 2022.pdf Size: 68.7 KB Click to download
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