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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.
The Manpower Ministry (MOM) is carrying out an enforcement blitz on crane and lifting operations across the island for around two weeks ending late this month.
Liebherr has started to provide rescue sheets for its mobile cranes in order to assist with crane recovery following an incident.
Terex Cranes has issued a new warning about counterfeit versions of Terex crawler crane models, this time originating from South Korea.
Liebherr LHM 800 mobile harbour crane. Capacity is 308 tonnes and bulk handling capacity is 2,300 tonnes per hour
A range-topping 308 tonne capacity mobile harbour crane has been launched by Liebherr Maritime Cranes in Nenzing, …