The decision on the future of the historic Titan crane on Sydney’s Garden Island has been made – demolish.
Liebherr claims to have assembled the world’s tallest crawler crane at its plant in Ehingen, Germany.
Terex Port Solutions has received an record order for 26 Rubber-Tyred Gantry cranes.
The Rushden Historical Transport Society is looking for a good home for a Rapier H7 mobile crane
Australia’s federal government has proposed scrapping the landmark hammerhead crane in Sydney.
German rental company Ziegler has taken delivery of the 100th Grove GMK6300L All Terrain crane.
Terex Port Solutions has delivered its 400th TFC 45 h reach stacker to Brazilian port operator Gelog.
A hand-cranked crane built by Bowser and Cameron of Glasgow in 1859 has been fully restored
We have learnt of the passing of major Peter Ball who was associated with Coles Cranes in the 1970s.
A secret British wartime commando team has been given a memorial and Marsh Plant provided the muscle.
A historic crane has been restored to its original condition on the Burbage Wharf, south of Marlborough in the UK.
Liebherr has shipped its 2,000th LTM 1030 All Terrain crane making it one of its most successful cranes.
Liebherr has celebrated the receipt of its 1,000th mobile harbour crane order, the unit is destined for Belgium.
A new company Örümcekci is claiming to be the first rental company in Turkey to specialise in spider lifts.
IPS, the UK based international replacement parts and service supplier has celebrated its 10th anniversary.
US based Historical Construction Equipment Association is holding an old equipment show alongside it annual convention this July.
British based defense contractor BAE has started to dismantle the large yellow, hammer head crane on the outfitting quay at Buccleuch Dock in Barrow, England.
Kranlyft has shipped the first Maeda Mini Crane into Azerbaijan, an MC405 sold to Baku based "Metal Qaynaq Sinaq".
JCB has built its 7,500th Teletruck, telescopic boomed industrial forklift.
A reader sent us a photo of a lift carried out in Newark, 50 years ago, can you identify the Mansfield based crane owner?
A new 200 page book charting the life of John Grove has been published.
With all the hustle and bustle of a busy spring, we missed that fact that Mrs Andreé Braud, honorary chairwoman of Manitou, passed away on April first.
Stuart Anderson, charts the life of Wayne Nicarry, who passed away earlier this year and looks at the early days of Grove Manufacturing company.
The widow of JCB founder Joe Bamford has received numerous tributes following her death on Christmas Day.