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More than eight years after two men were killed by a collapsing tower crane in Battersea, the case is finally set to reach court.
Two ship cranes dropped a large mobile telescopic crane they were lifting in tandem at Fremantle port in Australia on Tuesday.
Last week a mobile crane lifted a Bristol Bloodhound missile over the London rooftops and into the Hayward Gallery, as part of an exhibition which opens today.
Climbing a tall tower crane in windy conditions is a risky business, but sometimes you have no choice
The final deadline for the 2015 ESTA Users’ Night and Awards has passed with the association receiving the highest-ever number of entries. More than 70 entries were received.
The mobile crane experienced a hydraulics failure, causing the support leg to be extended outwards as it was travelling along.
Crane Inspection & Certification Bureau has expanded its national certification training/exam programs to Oklahoma, Louisiana, CICBWyoming, Georgia, and South Carolina, in order to meet demands for certified riggers and signal persons.
Mobile crane producers including Liebherr and Terex are lobbying Brussels for more time before they have to meet the proposed Stage V emissions regulations.
Liebherr is to launch an innovative self-contained tower crane elevator at Intermat dubbed the LiUP.
The two man elevator rides on the inside of larger towers and on the outside of smaller ones, it uses a …
Liebherr will be showing its new 160-tonne mobile crane LTM 1160-5.2 at the Intermat 2015 in Paris, France. This crane on a five-axle chassis was presented to the public for the first time at the …