Vol. 17, Issue 8
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News (PDF, 1.05 MB)
TVH acquires in France, Saudi clarifies crane rules, New Dingli 13ft micro scissors, WolfLifT is no more, New Manitou heavy duty telehandlers, Electric crane from Wagenborg, New Skyjack telehandlers, CTE upgrades B-Lift HR, New 26m Bluelift, New National Crane, AC700 for Wiesbauer, Three new Heavy cranes from Hiab, Mammoet expands in UK, Luffing jib for Jekko SPX1275CDH, New Kato for Sutch and financials round-up.
Boom lifts (PDF, 1.14 MB)
This year has seen many new Rough Terrain and large boom lift introductions as more manufacturers move into the higher working heights. We review the market as well as look at some interesting applications.
Loader cranes (PDF, 1.12 MB)
After a few relatively challenging years, Hiab is making a concerted effort to regain market share and even market leadership. Cranes & Access talked to Alastair Evans, head of Hiab UK to find out more. We also round-up the sector with the latest news.
Alternative lifting (PDF, 831.97 KB)
Last month we looked at heavy lifting with mobile cranes, however there are numerous occasions when a mobile crane is impractical or a less efficient method. We look at some of the alternatives used in various applications.
Show round-up (PDF, 1.13 MB)
Recent regional shows have included GIS (Giornate Italiane del Sollevamento) - the Italian Cranes & Access Show - and Verticaaldagen held for the first time at the Evenmentenhal Gorinchem in the Netherlands. We bring you some of the highlights.