TAFE NSW training with Liebherr

TAFE NSW recently took delivery of a 55t Liebherr all terrain. The acquisition is designed to enhance the learning experience of students enrolled in the Civil Construction Certificate III Crane Operations CPC32920.

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500th wind turbine construction for BMS Heavy Cranes Australia

BMS Heavy Cranes has been operating locally for 5 years. With a specialised fleet of heavy lift cranes, the business has been focused on a number of key industry sectors including the renewable energy market, particularly the construction and maintenance of wind farms.

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Cranecorp Tutt Bryant Joint Venture gains momentum

In April 2021 Cranecorp and Tutt Bryant formed the Cranecorp Tutt Bryant JV. With a view to providing large projects the combined resource, experience and assets of both organisations, the industry’s response to the development has been quick and positive.

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Tadano invests in new premises

Tadano recently announced it had secured larger facilities to accommodate its rapidly expanding operations in Sydney and Perth. Increasing customer service and support through larger workshops and greater spare parts holdings are key focuses for the new facilities.

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Indigenous Talent ID Day a big success

The Central Coast Academy of Sport (CCAS) Underwriting Agencies Australia (UAA) Indigenous Talent ID Day for 2022 was held in mid March, with representation from high schools from both ends of the coast.

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Almacrawler releases Multi-Loader range

AlmaCrawler, the Italian-based manufacturer of innovative self-levelling tracked equipment including the Athena and Jibbi, have added to its range of tracked carrier Multi-Loaders. Bob Mules, general manager for Almac Pacific, tells Cranes and Lifting more about the Multi-Loader range and explains how he sees the product assisting the local construction and crane sectors.

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