Articles tagged with: crane industry news
A construction worker was standing on the 19th storey of an unfinished Sengkang HDB block when a 7,660kg prefabricated structure carried by a tower crane crashed into him.
The nature of operation of tower cranes means that in some cases and at certain times in the course of such operation, the boom or counterweight may due to the physical title boundaries of the developed land, necessarily extend over adjoining land.
The fourth International Tower Cranes (ITC) conference will be held in London, UK, on 27 and 28 May 2015. The event will include presentations on tower crane innovations, rental trends, project reports and safety issues.
The LTC1050-3.1 is a new 50 tonne capacity Liebherr compact crane launched at the Intermat exhibition in Paris, France, on 20 April 2015.
Toronto’s trying to outsmart raccoons with tougher and taller green bins – but apparently, constructions cranes are still within their grasp.
After a string of crane-related incidents this year, the Ministry of Manpower (MOM) has announced that all new and existing registered mobile cranes used in workplaces are to be equipped with data loggers.
A bridge launcher crane helping build a new elevated highway in Manila, the Philippines, collapsed yesterday.
Grove has introduced its GHC Telecrawler series of telescopic crawler cranes to the Americas.
Hiab, part of Cargotec, has selected the finalists who will take part in the first ever World Crane Championships at the Commercial Vehicle Show in Birmingham, United Kingdom, on 14-16 April 2015.
An industry committee led by Vancouver-based Asia Pacific Gateway Skills Table wants to create a national standardized demonstration of skills test (DOST) for mobile crane operators.