As 2011 comes to a close, I would like to take this opportunity on behalf of the management and staff of craneblogger.com to thank our loyal readers who have devoted a few moments of their busy day to spend with us.
Amid the hum and rumble of downtown Manhattan — not to mention the clang of steel and the tangle of cranes — hard-hatted workers in fluorescent orange vests yell orders, spread cement, move machines. Empty boxes litter the ground. Shop lights hang from extension cords like Christmas bulbs.
Stampede Crane & Rigging is proud to introduce its new website. Click here to view website… www.stampedecrane.com
Linden Comansa has introduced two new models of luffing-jib cranes. The company says the new models will be available by the end of April. These new cranes, LCL 310 and LCL 280, altogether with the LCL 190 presented last year in Bauma, form the new family of luffing-jib cranes from Linden Comansa, which will be completed this summer with the launch of a fourth model, the LCL 165.
We are hosting The Great Crane Photo Contest, enter now and win great prizes.
This is Gerry Wiebe creator and senior blogger at www.craneblogger.com sending you all a year end message and one last video to view before Christmas 2009.
The first picture of Wilbert Turmkrane’s giant WT 1905L e.tronic at work has been released to IC. Claimed to be Europe’s largest luffing jib climbing tower crane,
Lack of rope inspections may have caused a…….
Eagle West Equipment Inc. working in conjunction with Boscaro S.r.L have developed a new and highly innovative manbasket for use in the North American Market.
We feel good about expanding our product lines to include self erecting cranes, city cranes, tower cranes, crane accessories and power generation equipment