CAL contributor Stuart Edwards takes readers on a fun exercise, to look at how to best rig the original trophy distributed at the first Crane Industry Council of Australia National Conference in 1998.
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.
Terex Corporation have released its third quarter 2018 results and reported sales of $1.2 billion, up 11 per cent versus Q3 of 2017, with increased sales and backlog in its aerial work platform (AWP) and materials processing (MP) business segments.
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.
Iowa Mold Tooling (IMT) have introduced its new 42684 hydraulic loader, its largest loader crane to date, during the 2018 Gypsum Management Supply (GMS) Expo in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Max Crane & Equipment Hire (SA) Pty Ltd (Max Cranes) recently announced that it will be taking delivery of a 1200-tonne Liebherr LTM 11200-9.1 AT crane in October 2018. This will be the largest AT crane owned and permanently based in Australia, and will allow contractors to plan and design around the availability of this crane and its impact on construction time and costs.
National Crane has developed a tractor-mounted version of its popular NBT30H-2, the NBT30H-2 TM, which is a 30-tonne machines that was created as a response to the company’s Voice of the Customer feedback program.
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.