Liebherr has started to provide rescue sheets for its mobile cranes in order to assist with crane recovery following an incident.
Different requirements around the world are influencing the design of all terrain cranes.
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.
Linden Comansa’s internal climbing system has been used for the first time in North America on a large hospital development project in Montreal, Canada.
Terex debuted the newest crane in its Explorer all-terrain crane family, the Explorer 5600. The 180-ton, five axle AT crane was designed for roadability.
IMT will showcase its 40/275 articulating crane at ConExpo-Con/Agg 2014, March 4 – 8 in Las Vegas.
Liebherr claims to have assembled the world’s tallest crawler crane at its manufacturing plant in Ehingen, Germany.
MacGregor, part of Cargotec, has been commissioned by oil and gas services firm Bourbon to supply a 150-tonne active heave-compensated subsea MacGregor crane.
Erecting the new generation of wind turbines while using less counterweight was one of the objectives that Terex Cranes had in mind when developing the Superlift 3800 crawler crane.
Huisman has introduced a new series of large offshore cranes with lifting capacities up to 900 tonnes.