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Hiab will supply a minimum of 100 light-range loader cranes to a leading wind turbine manufacturer in China.
Engineered Material Handling (EMH) has introduced its Model LS Load-Stabilized Hoist, designed to transport loads quickly, securely and safely.
Germany’s Demag has combined its lightweight V-type overhead travelling crane with a power supply that uses regenerative energy and a buffer battery, to operate with no emissions.
India-based handling equipment manufacturer Loadmate has launched an upgraded version of its electric wire rope hoist.
Konecranes has converted its manufacturing plant at Pune, India to operate primarily on solar power.
Street CraneXpress supplied and installed a light crane system at the newly-refurbished Offsite Manufacture workshop of engineering firm NG Bailey.
International lifting and marine specialist Rigmarine has responded to slow development in Kazakh offshore fields by branching out into mines and power plants.
Australian specialist lifting equipment and services firm Ranger found an unusual application for five jib cranes on the WestConnex underground motorway project in Sydney, where they have been set up ready for man-riding. In case of a worker falling ill underground, the cranes will be able to be used to rescue them.
Airpes GmbH, the German subsidiary of lifting, handling and weighing equipment manufacturer Airpes, has appointed Jörg Richter as managing director.
The Lifting Equipment Engineers Association (LEEA) has announced the election of five industry members to its board of directors for 2017.