Pace Cranes is bringing major technological advancements to Australian shores first by hosting the global launch of the new MAEDA spider crane, the MC285C-3.
Hydraulic loader crane manufacturer Palfinger has launched its first crane mounted on a crawler chassis at the IAA Commercial Vehicles exhibition in September in Hannover, Germany.
LSM Technologies’ Peter Woodford tells Cranes and Lifting why operators should be adopting a risk management approach to develop a documented tyre management plan.
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.
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.
In the last few months, Genie has released a range of innovative new products and safety systems, all of which have a particular focus on hybrid systems and operator safety, in light of market demand for more multi-faceted and environmentally-friendly machines for the construction industry.
Zoomlion Heavy Industry Science & Technology will be launching eight new aerial work platform (APW) models, all of which promise to deliver reliability, simplicity and efficiency, as well designed to meet worldwide standards, with special attention to safety and user comfort.