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VIDEO: EU Regulation changes with Ben Dobbs, LEEA
11 May, 2021 According to the UK Government Health and Safety Executive (HSE), while many companies are waiting to see what EU regulation changes will come into force, their equipment still needs to meet the minimum European safety requirements or designated standards after January 1, 2022.


Sway control
23 April, 2021 Anti-sway technology is one of the most sought after safety upgrades in crane modernization projects today as well as integrated digital control for Industry 4.0. Jenny Eagle investigates.
  • South of the border
    Latin America is large and diverse. As Julian Champkin discovers, its market for lifting gear is recovering from the pandemic.
  • Getting to grips
    Demand for speed & safety in critical lifting equipment is on the rise and while some projects have been put on hold due to coronavirus, the renewables sector is growing. Jenny Eagle investigates
  • Southern Comfort
    The market for hoists and factory cranes in Southern Europe is by no means as dire as some, in light of the pandemic, might have been led to believe. Julian Champkin finds optimism amongst its peers.


Okuma expands its automation products with Genos L3000-e Standroid
11 May, 2021 Okuma is expanding its automation products with a new combination of lathe and robot system with its entry level model Genos L3000-e Standroid.
  • Mammoet sees stronger focus on sustainability & renewable energy
    Mammoet’s CEO Paul van Gelder, COO Jan Kleijn and Group Commercial Officer Darren Adams discuss the renewables sector, its future collaboration with freight forwarding companies and the work being done to refocus Mammoet to support its customers through the coming period of recovery and growth.