Stramer speaks to Crane Industry Council of Australia

By D.Ann Shiffler20 September 2010

Bill Stramer spoke to members of the Crane Industry Council of Australia

Bill Stramer spoke to members of the Crane Industry Council of Australia

SC&RA President Bill Stramer spoke at the Annual Conference of the Crane Industry Council of Australia (CICA), September 1-3, in Perth, Australia.

According to the SC&RA, Stramer's appearance was part of organization's efforts to build and strengthen alliances with industry groups around the world. Stramer's presentation was among follow-up activities to SC&RA's formation of the World Crane & Transport Alliance last October in Amsterdam, The Netherlands at the World Crane & Transport Summit. CICA is a member of that alliance.

In addition to explaining SC&RA's general issues and priorities, Stramer examined major crane and rigging priorities involving the new US cranes & derricks safety rule; EN 13000, the new European standard for crane design; and data loggers on cranes.

He also discussed SC&RA's transportation issues and priorities affecting crane users transporting equipment, including oversize/overweight permit uniformity and a new round of bridge reviews.

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