The new Demag AC 450-7 is as compact as a six-axle crane but with significantly better performance. Setting new standards on seven axles – certainly not a humble goal for the engineers at Tadano Demag but the crane manufacturer from Zweibrücken now offers a new seven-axle machine that makes a compelling case with a series of forward-looking solutions and impressive technical specifications.
Manitowoc introduces state-of-the-art driver’s cab “cab2020” on Grove three-axle all terrain cranes.
New rubber tyred gantry simulator provides unique operator training for full range of loads.
Gleason Cranes recently announced it had been appointed the National Distributor for US leading brand of rubber tyred gantry cranes, Travelift.
Terex Cranes recently introduced its TRT 90—the latest model in the Terex Rough Terrain (TRT) product range.
La Grange Crane Service has entered the Oak Brook Commons tower crane construction project in this year’s 3D Lift Plan Of The Year competition.
The Crosby Group, a global leader in lifting, rigging, and load securement hardware, today announced that it has completed a significant investment in Verton Technologies (“Verton”). Australian-based Verton has developed and commercialised disruptive advancements in load orientation technology that remove the need for human held tag lines in lifting applications. These innovations play a critical role in improving the safety and productivity of global lifting operations.
Partnering with customers to tailor telematics solutions that suit their specific business needs, is what MTData does best. They have helped businesses across numerous industries to achieve greater outcomes for 20 years. Read more
In conjunction with key industry groups such as The Crane Industry Council of Australia and the National Heavy Vehicle Regulator, Tasmanian State and Local Government road managers have developed a state-wide system to maximise heavy vehicle productivity and access across Tasmania’s roads. Read more
Remote load-control systems are designed to make taglines obsolete providing greater productivity, efficiency and safety by automating lifting operations. The Crane Industry Council of Australia’s Technical Committee examines these technologies in this issue’s CICA Tech Corner. Read more