Gone are the days where a fault would present itself, and then you’d call in a technician to fix it. The crane would be isolated and taken offline until the issue was identified and then repaired, creating costly downtime for busy facilities involved in manufacturing, materials handling, food and beverage, power generation, mining and a huge range of other industries that just cannot afford unnecessary downtime. Read more
The new Konecranes Turbine Hall crane, with nearly 30m span, had to be installed in a tight space, and was delivered swiftly and safely, with outstanding cooperation between Synergy and Konecranes. Read more
Two cranes are helping install a $97.2 million Australian space surveillance telescope project in Exmouth, Western Australia. Read more
Clean technology operator Hitachi Zosen Inova has purchased 16 cranes for four new waste to energy plants in Moscow, Russia. Read more
A crane company has won a $70 million (US$46 million) US Navy million contract to deliver a 175 t portal jib crane to the Puget Sound Naval Shipyard in Washington, USA. Read more
Konecranes’ latest digital technology suite is optimising the safety, uptime and availability of production-critical cranes in Australian Marine Complex’s Common User Facility (CUF) in Western Australia.