The Tadano AC 7.450-1 all terrain is compact like a six-axle crane, powerful like many eight-axle units – and according to Tadano the new all terrain is in a class of its own. And the first units are headed to Australia in early 2022. Read more
Liebherr-MCCtec recently announced it had been awarded a gold medal from independent corporate responsibility auditor EcoVadis. EcoVadis, is the world’s most trusted business sustainability ratings supplier with over 75,000 companies participating. Read more
Linamar Corporation’s (TSX:LNR) Skyjack division recently helped Wellington County Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) locate and recover stolen Skyjack machines with the help of ELEVATE telematics.
Liebherr first unveiled the LTC 1050-3.1 compact crane with a second boom version in December 2020. Since then, customers have been able to choose between the TELEMATIK and rope pull mechanism versions for the compact 50 tonne model.
Modulift, a technical expert and manufacturer in the lifting industry based in the UK, have added a new product to its portfolio which is specifically designed for 3-point lifts and suitable for circular lifts.
Details have been revealed of an electric version of Liebherr’s 160 tonne capacity LR 1160.1 lattice boom crawler crane. As with its bigger siblings – the 220 tonne capacity LR 1200.1 unplugged and the 250 tonne LR 1250.1 unplugged – the latest one can be operated via a mains power cable, or untethered, on batteries.
MyCrane the world’s first digital platform for the search and selection of crane contractors – has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with PESCO Switzerland AG, Engineering, Procurement and Construction Management company (EPCM) with their Headquarters in Zug.
Zoomlion releases world’s largest Top-Slewing tower crane, leading the era of super-large tower cranes.
The first LR 1400 SX has already left the Liebherr factory. With the compact transport weight of 46 t, the complete crane can be easily transported between jobsites. Platform and railings remain attached to the upper carriage during transportation and only need to be folded down.
Terex Cranes recently unveiled its latest innovation—the new TRT 35 Rough Terrain crane—at GIS, Italy’s lifting show.