Columbus, Mississippi based crane a rigging company Burkhalter Rigging has filed for Chapter 11 restructuring
JCB has been granted a provisional injunction ordering Manitou to stop using a patented device on its telehandlers
The UK’s CMA has given Loxam/Nationwide Platforms approval to complete the UK Platforms acquisition from HSS
A coroner in South Australia has recommended that scissor lifts should not be operated without a safety spotter
Deutz has won an injunction against a long term component supplier which was threatening its supplies.
WorkSafe Victoria has released a statement concerning the fatal tower crane incident in Melbourne last week
US based BlueLine Rental has filed a law suit against an ex branch manager after she moved to a competitor
OSHA has fined Grove/Manitowoc $14,976 following the fatal Shady Grove crawler crane collapse in February
A crane operator is in prison having smashed into several cars on the Long Island Expressway, New York
The SC&RA has responded to OSHA's draft clarification notice on crane operator certification
Over the past week or two there have been several fraudulent attempts to rent/take aerial lifts and telehandlers
Australia’s Construction Commission is taking legal action against union officials for interfering with crane operations
Next month the UK exemption for the plating/inspection of truck mounted lifts and cranes on commercial chassis ends
Donald Trump’s threat to impose a 25% import tariff on steel is starting to put pressure on crane prices
Singapore’s Jurong Shipyard was fined $230,000 for the inadequate maintenance of a boom lift
Manitowoc Crane has won another stage in its legal battle with Sany for stealing trade secrets.
BSi has released the revised code of practice for the safe use of aerial lifts and mast climbers
A report on a fatal traffic incident involving a Franna AT 20 is highly critical and calls for changes in the law
A court in Saudi Arabia has acquitted those charged with negligence in the 2015 Mecca crane overturn
Exemption from an annual road safety inspection for large truck mounted lifts and HGV mounted cranes is to end
In the UK the owner of bricklaying company has been jailed for eight months for trying sell a boom lift he had rented
Martin Gutaj of UK contractor Martinisation has been jailed for 14 months following a fatal incident
Whirlpool UK has been fined £700,000 after a man died at one of its plants when his platform overturned.
Osha has ruled that an underbridge platform overturn was caused by it over extending - who is to blame?