COMANSA is adding two more models to its already wide range of luffing-jib cranes and will launch them officially at the upcoming Bauma China trade show, to be held in Shanghai from November 27 to 30.
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A new 50-tonne capacity model completes the Tadano Mantis GTC series of five telescopic boom crawler cranes from 35 to 120 tonnes capacity.
Konecranes has modernised the rotary crane at the German research organisation DLR’s test facility for rocket engines in Lampoldshausen.
Manitowoc have released a new range of high-performance lifting (HPL) winches for Potain tower cranes, which brings new levels of speed, control and efficiency to the industry.
Intsite, the first behind the world’s first autonomous cranes, has received $1.3 million in funding from Israeli company Terra Venture Partners, the Israel Innovation Authority, as well as other investors.
Terex cranes have introduced its new Terex CTL 272-18 luffing jib tower crane, which boasts a 10 per cent increase in jib length over the previous class model.
Belgian-based heavy-lifting specialists Sarens will unveil what it describes as the ‘world’s biggest crane’ at its construction yard in Ghent on November 2018.
Crane manufacturer Hyva is offering an electric solution with its new articulating boom truck-mounted E-Power crane, which has been released to respond to customer requirements and market trends for more sustainable machines.
HIAB is launching its new building material crane models at the IAA exhibition in Hannover, Germany, which the company says offers the HIAB HiPro – an advanced remote-control system, as well as HIAB’s pioneering features, all to ensure safe and fast crane operation.