ACT SPECIALIZEDLIFTING50

11 September 2019

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From oil and gas refineries to petrochemical facilities, nuclear power plants to wind farms, whether large- or small-scale projects, there appears to be no shortage or work for the specialized lifting sector.

Over the last year, the ACT SPECIALIZEDLIFTING50 list has seen a slight increase in almost every category. While remaining steady, it appears that the market for specialized lifting is experiencing another year of quiet growth. With several minor increases, the indicators have remained stable without any notable surges since our 2018 survey. As the market continues to stabilize, the SPECIALIZEDLIFTING50 index should continue to see modest increases. The SPECIALIZEDLIFTING50 posted an index of 1,457,799, gaining 29,927 tons over the 2018 index.

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