Articles tagged with: crane industry news
Administrative law judge David P. Shaw of the United States International Trade Commission (ITC) has issued an initial determination in the patent infringement and trade secrets case filed by Manitowoc against Sany cranes.
The UK’s Construction Plant-hire Association (CPA) has published a good practice guide for tower cranes working alongside railways.
A five axle All Terrain crane caught fire on the I-75 Interstate in Bay City, Michigan, on Friday, closing two south-bound lanes for several hours.
A team of 19 Potain tower cranes are helping to build the 1,285MW Xayaburi Dam in Laos.
A 220 tonne All Terrain crane overturned in Germany this morning landing on a house and trapping a man in the small town of Dettelbach, to the east of Würzburg– in northwest Bavaria.
The National Commission for the Certification of Crane Operators (NCCCO) now offers the first phase of its CCO certification program specifically designed for boom truck operators.
A lattice boom crawler crane being transported on a barge in Oldenburg, Germany has overturned after coming into contact with overhead power lines.
A mid-size truck mounted lift overturned last night in Bournemouth Gardens, in southern England, while working on the Bournemouth Balloon a tethered helium balloon attraction.
A tower crane crashed onto the roof of apartment block in Vienna on Saturday after part of the slab it was sitting on broke away.
Crane Institute Certification (CIC) announces that it achieved accreditation for four of its crane operator certification programs.