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The “world premiere” of a pair of rough-terrain cranes and a virtual reality tour of a tower crane in action are among the promised highlights at the Liebherr stand at ConExpo-Con/Agg 2017.
Link-Belt Pulse 2.0 “provides a simple interface for crane operators with a larger display, along with programmable features that allow each operator to customize their display; and software can be updated remotely,” the release said.
Tadano America Corporation has opened a new 21,000 square foot facility, providing complete service, repair and warranty work, as well as training facilities on Tadano cranes. This building provides the space necessary for Tadano America to stock ATF crane parts, to service cranes by factory trained technicians, and to provide…
The RK 36/2400 compact crawler crane from Böcker Maschinenwerke doesn’t lose its grip, “even on soft ground,” says a news release from the Germany-based manufacturer.
A new boom design is the “capstone” of the new 298 Series 2 lattice boom crawler crane from Link-Belt Construction Equipment, says a news release from the manufacturer, which is based in Lexington, Ky.
A new model has been added to the TC lineup of truck-mounted cranes from Manitex Inc.
Engineered Lifting Systems has successfully used air hoists from J. D. Neuhaus within a paint booth to move materials in and out, says a news release from J. D. Neuhaus.
The new jib, to be built from high-grade specialist steel, will have a lifting capacity of 3,400 tonnes, said a news release from ALE, which is headquartered in Staffordshire and has 30 offices around the world including two in Alberta.
Not one but two mayors of major Alberta cities are scheduled to speak at the Crane Rental Association of Canada’s annual conference taking place this June in Calgary.
Vancouver-based heavy equipment auctioneer Ritchie Bros. has posted a video on the company website taken from a drone swooping over its 200-acre auction site in Orlando, Fla.
A flameless HVAC unit from Kenwood Engineering is ideally suited for cranes operating in Canadian winters, according to a news release from the Minnesota-based company.
Want to find local construction sites? Two University of Western Ontario students looking to develop software technology for the construction sector used tower cranes as beacons to guide their market research.
Nearly 1,000 people attended Link-Belt Cranes’ triennial CraneFest held early this fall at the company’s headquarters in Lexington, Ky.
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