Crosby rigging gear for social circus flying trapeze

The Crosby Group, the global leader in lifting, rigging, and material handling hardware, donated equipment to Uprise Circus, as it completed an overhaul of the 9.75m -high flying trapezes at School on the Rise in Austin, Texas in the United States.

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Crane seismic isolation system

A revolutionary seismic isolation system—provided by Casper, Phillips & Associates Inc. (CPA)—has been installed on two quayside container cranes for the first time this year.

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Terex Rough Terrain heads to Antarctica

It’s not every day that a crane is shipped to a far-flung destination in the Antarctica, but that is exactly what EWPA Sp. z o. o, Terex Cranes’ official distributor in Poland did to deliver a Terex Rough Terrain (RT35-1) to serve the Polish Antarctic Station Henryk Arctowski.

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Sarens erects wind turbines using Liebherr LR 11000 crawler

Global green and heavy haulage contractor Sarens, took delivery of a new LR 11000 crawler crane from Liebherr earlier in the year. For its first job, the new 1000 tonne crane was assembled at Oostpolder wind farm, which is currently being built to the south of the Dutch port of Eemshaven. Sarens received the order from there to erect Enercon E-136 EP5 wind turbines with a hub height of 155 metres.

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Lifting is everywhere

Let’s encourage everybody to open their eyes to the importance of lifting equipment, says Justin Boehm, Member Engagement Manager for Australia at the Lifting Equipment Engineers Association (LEEA).

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Sleipnir breaks records

SSCV Sleipnir, a semi-submersible crane vessel owned and operated by Heerema Marine Contractors recently broke lifting records on the Johnan Sverdrup phase 2 development projects.

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