Police in Orem, Utah, arrested a man driving a boom lift while ‘under the influence’ on Sunday night
Operator error has been blamed as the sole cause of the fatal crawler crane overturn in Manhattan in February.
A man in the UK who stole a 4x4 and trailer lift was banned from driving following a high speed police chase
A man in UK, Ben Goodman, posing as an employee of Bam Nuttall, has been trying to rent a 60ft boom be warned- it is a Fraud!
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit ruled in favour of Manitowoc in its patent infringement and trade secrets misappropriation lawsuit against Sany
Cargotec, owner of Hiab and Kalmar, faces damages of $13 million for breaching a confidentiality agreement
A company director in the UK has been jailed following the death of an employee while loading a spider lift.
Directors at UK rental company Baldwins have had their right to hold a transport licence revoked
A truck driver who caused the death of a crane operator has been spared jail thanks to an appeal from the widow
US rental company Sims Crane & Equipment is appealing a decision on whether a spreader beam is a load or rigging
The widow of the man killed in the crawler crane incident in New York in February is suing the city for $600 million
Authorities have cleared Saudi Binladin Group, to start tendering for public building projects in the Kingdom again.
Christopher Etheridge the owner of UK based D & R Pike Crane Hire has been disqualified as a director
UK based Falcon Crane Hire has been handed down fines of £750,000 plus costs of £100,000
New York has appointed a ‘technical working group’with the aim of introducing new rules for crawler cranes
UK based Falcon Crane Hire has pleaded guilty to charges relating to the Battersea tower crane collapse in 2006, after charges against MD Doug Genge were dropped.
Time Export/Versalift is terminating its contract with Time France effective April first.
OSHA has settled with Mass Bay Electrical over a fatal crane/platform overturning incident in 2014
New York crane owner James Lomma has filed Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in face of $96 million compensation claim
UK based Baldwins Crane Hire has been fined £700,000 plus £200,000 in costs after being found guilty of corporate manslaughter for the death of its operator Lindsay Easton
New Zealand’s EWPA has advised members today all new or used aerial work platforms imported into the country must comply with the AS/NZS1418:10 standard
Saudi Arabia has issued new rules for tower cranes and crawler/mobile cranes with luffing jib combinations
The corporate manslaughter trial of UK crane company Baldwins has been hearing from the prosecution
The UK will begin the prosecution of Baldwins Crane Hire for corporate manslaughter in October