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Eepos has designed and installed a lightweight aluminium crane system at a tractor and agricultural manufacturer in Marktoberdorf, Germany.
LEEA, the Lifting Equipment Engineers Association, made three new appointments in January. Paul Fulcher became LEEA chairperson; Dr Ross Maloney (pictured, left) the new chief executive officer; and Kat Moss chairperson of the Association’s Learning and Development Committee.
Lifting and rigging equipment supplier Ranger Lifting, headquartered in New South Wales, opened a new facility in Melbourne, Victoria in January to meet ongoing demand, principally from the city’s thriving construction sector.
Swan Housing Associates of Essex and East London, a builder and manager of houses to rent or buy, has bought a Shuttlelift SL 35II gantry crane for offsite construction of modular housing units.
Stahl has supplied a winch to raise the sluice at a hydroelectric power plant at the foot of the Himalayas.
Johnson Arabia has ordered Konecranes’ CXT Explorer containerised overhead crane for use as a temporary repair workshop for its mobile cranes and AWPs.
Multiplast, a French manufacturer of monohulls and multihulls for ships, has purchased two Europont overhead cranes fitted with Verlinde hoists for its new composite material parts workshop.
A space facility in the UK, which has been involved with more than 210 space missions, has had 14 overhead cranes fitted by Street Crane.
Pasico, the Ghana-based subsidiary of UK company Paterson Simons, has installed a 62t double girder crane at a power plant in the African country.
Stockton Drilling completed multiple subsea lifts of a 28t, 18m-long tunnel boring machine (TBM) at an offshore wind farm, using a custom lifting beam, slings and shackles supplied by Modulift.