CAL contributor Stuart Edwards takes readers on a fun exercise, to look at how to best rig the original trophy distributed at the first Crane Industry Council of Australia National Conference in 1998.
The local Manitowoc perspective on the cessation of the supply agreement between Kobelco and Manitowoc was given to CAL by John Stewart, VP & General Manager, ANZ for Manitowoc Cranes.
Construction equipment manufacturer Kobelco Construction Machinery (KCM), and global cranes and lifting solutions manufacturer Manitowoc, have announced that they will not renew their original equipment manufacturer supply agreement.
Australian Crane & Machinery and Zoomlion have announced an exclusive joint venture and dealership agreement, which will see the two companies working on product development and improvement for western market customers and remote access services. Read more
The recent launch of Tadano Oceania’s ‘One Tadano’ strategy is about more than an expanded range of products. According to general manager Anthony Grosser, the centrepiece of ‘One Tadano’ is the rolling out of an industry-leading service, support and parts network.
Gregg Melrose on the rise of Melrose Cranes, and some major works the company has undertaken that have made a lasting improvement to the country’s infrastructure.
For the past 80 years; cranes, construction and equipment company Tutt Bryant has been a name that is associated with quality, excellence and professionalism in the construction and heavy equipment space.
2016 has been another tough year for our industry, with a reported slowing for total construction investment in 2015-16 of -9.8% versus a forecast of -2.4% given last year.
Of course, this is the figure for total construction however, there were pockets, which continued to show strong growth, namely multi-level apartment construction, which was up 18.6%. The good news is that the 2016-17 forecast is for positive growth at 4.6%, driven mainly by infrastructure-related engineering works with road and rail leading the way. Read more
DPW Plant hire has been hiring a broad range of specialist rotating telescopic handlers and multi cranes since 2005. Currently, DPW is working with John Holland and other general contractors on the Sydney Metro Northwest project – putting it all together with Assignar software.
Terex Corporation have released its third quarter 2018 results and reported sales of $1.2 billion, up 11 per cent versus Q3 of 2017, with increased sales and backlog in its aerial work platform (AWP) and materials processing (MP) business segments.