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UK family-owned lifting equipment manufacturer Penny Hydraulics has opened a new £2m manufacturing plant in Clowne, Derbyshire.
Two specially-adapted Potain tower cranes manufactured by Manitowoc are being used as permanent handling equipment in a steel yard in Italy.
Konecranes will supply an automated RTG (ARTG) system, including eight ARTG cranes with associated software, interfaces and services, and three ship-to-shore cranes to PT Prima Multi Terminal, a subsidiary of PT Pelabuhan Indonesia I.
Kito Europe has supplied SCS Werkzeug- & Vorrichtungsbau with a fully-installed slewing crane with EQ electric chain hoist.
CMAK has upgraded its HoistSense electronic hoist monitoring and controlling system, and will launch the improved model under the name HoistSense+.
Pennsylvania-based company Cervis is marking 25 years since it was founded in 1992.
Banner has introduced a vibration monitoring system for drives and motors, designed to make predictive maintenance easier.
Verlinde has installed 11 hoists at the new induction heating equipment plant of Belgium’s Inductotherm.
The installation represents part of a project to upgrade older lifting system at the plant, and follows a similar installed by Pelloby in December 2015.
Netherlands-based Van Beest, a manufacturer of rigging including chains, shackles and hooks, has acquired the majority of the shares of Spanish company Irizar Forge and Norwegian company Load Solutions.