Liebherr tower cranes were used to construct a landmark tower development in Auckland which includes a self-erector replacing a typical Building Maintenance Unit.
Preston Hire introduced a specialist glass handling service 12 months ago. Today, it is a thriving business servicing the construction industry.
FiberTech™ Outrigger Pads are an ideal solution when extra rigidity is needed and weight is a concern. FiberTech Pads effectively spread outrigger loads and create stability for equipment such as mobile cranes, concrete pump trucks, high reach aerial devices, rock crushers, mobile substations, and more.
The AlmaCrawler range of Athena, self-levelling tracked scissor lifts and Jibbi tracked boom lifts are making serious inroads in the access equipment market following their introduction four-and-a-half years ago. Read more
Saunders International, a major manufacturer of concrete pre-cast bridge components, takes delivery of its second Zoomlion crawler.
A new Tadano all terrain model, the ATF-120-5.1, was delivered to a Gladstone engineering business, and after two days of training, went to straight to work. It passed with flying colours. Read more
Tutt Bryant Equipment recently announced the long-awaited Australian release of the Kato CR-250Rv, 25t capacity city crane. Read more
Franna recently announced that an emergency bridging key option is now available on new MAC 25-4 models and can be retrofitted to any MAC 25 model. Read more
The first Potain Hup C 40-30 crawler mounted self-erecting cranes have been deployed on a project in Switzerland. Read more
Liebherr unveiled its new LTM 1120-4.1, the most powerful four-axle all-terrain crane the manufacturer has ever built, during ConExpo using the slogan “There’s nothing more on four.” Read more