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Vote of confidence 17 February, 2020 Despite economic challenges in Central Europe exacerbated by Brexit and US-led protectionist policies, hoist suppliers remain bullish about future sales in the region. Tom Woerndl reports. > read more

Brake time 17 February, 2020 Variable frequency drive technology and specialised systems are helping to optimise the performance and versatility of today’s crane and hoist brakes. Daniel Searle reports.

Process driven 17 February, 2020 Heavy-duty, high capacity process cranes are being engineered to offer greater levels of safety and operational flexibility, reports Tom Woerndl.

Platinum service 17 February, 2020 Condra has responded to increasing demand in the mining sector for automated lifting and handling with its first fully-automated crane, delivered to a platinum mine.

Scaling the heights 09 January, 2020 Monitoring loads is key for operator safety and the long-term health of lifting equipment. Daniel Searle and Julian Champkin report.

Top Gear 09 January, 2020 About 30,000 separate parts come together to make a single car. A single delay on the assembly line can be disastrous. Julian Champkin looks at lifting requirements in the automotive industry.

Keyn Interest 09 January, 2020 LiftEx 2019 took place in Milton Keynes in November. Daniel Searle reports from the show on some of the products that were launched during the event.

QUAY SKILLS 09 January, 2020 A ship-to-shore crane constructed at a port in Lisbon had to be jacked up and moved to its final position on the quayside.

Taking control 13 December, 2019 There is a growing movement in the hoist sector towards wireless control systems that can ensure greater safety and less downtime for operators, as well as intelligent devices that provide increased levels of production data. Tom Woerndl reports.

Sim City 13 December, 2019 Crane training in North America is being slowly revolutionised by increasingly affordable simulator systems. Daniel Searle reports.

Deep thinking 13 December, 2019 Extracting minerals from below the earth takes big, and very specialised, hoisting gear. Julian Champkin reports.

Highly refined 13 December, 2019 A manufacturer of equipment for refineries and power stations required an upgrade to its steel-handling cranes in Germany.

Steely resolve 22 November, 2019 The Central-Eastern European markets remain solid despite industrial slowdown. Jaroslaw Adamowski reports from Warsaw.

Keep on running 22 November, 2019 Maintenance is an essential for safe operation of hoists. Julian Champkin looks at requirements and methods.

Best of both Hoists 22 November, 2019 A new hoist, and custom systems, are boosting LTM’s cleanroom business.

Lifting Silicon chips 22 November, 2019 Mennens and Elma are supplying highly precise cleanroom cranes that will be used in the development of a new generation of silicon chips. Daniel Searle reports

Heavy metal 22 November, 2019 A 41m crane installed at a UK steel plant is due to be joined shortly by the largest-capacity crane ever made by manufacturer Jaso Industrial Cranes.

Light fantastic 24 October, 2019 Light lifting systems may seem simple but, as Julian Champkin finds, they are every bit as useful as heavier lifting equipment and repay consideration and good design.

Keep on moving 24 October, 2019 Intermodal cranes and lifting apparatus are vital to the movement of world trade. Julian Champkin looks at this large and varied sector.

New faces 24 October, 2019 The lifting industry has implemented a range of programmes and initiatives to attract new workers, both young and experienced. Daniel Searle reports.

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