Search Results: 'straightpoint'You searched for straightpoint
Straightpoint Inc expands US team
29 September, 2015
Straightpoint Inc has appointed Tressie LaBass as customer and sales support administrator.
Straightpoint load cells vital in gas project lift
01 April, 2015
Components for a gas facility, including a 718t absorption tower, were offloaded at the Port of New Orleans using a Liebherr crane and load cells from UK-based Straightpoint. The absorption tower, measuring 170ft long and 24ft wide, was lifted from SAL Heavy Lift’s Type 116 MV Amoenitas ship along with the gas facility’s flash vessel. SAL Heavy Lift transported the components from Shanghai, China to New Orleans, where the load was transferred onto barges alongside deck cargo pontoons, overseen by Fracht FWO, the US subsidiary of Swiss freight forwarding company Fracht.
Straightpoint contnues tradeshow push
23 February, 2015
Load cell specialist Straightpoint has continued its push to broaden its global presence with an ongoing commitment to tradeshow participation.
Straightpoint on the road to expansion
29 January, 2015
Straightpoint, the load monitoring technology specialist, has targeted 30% annual growth in its USoperation as part of a five-year expansion strategy. Hoist speaks to the company about its plans.
Straightpoint redevelops leading loadcell
20 January, 2015
Straightpoint has redeveloped its Radiolink Plus loadcell, a wireless digital dynamometer based on its Loadlink Plus product.
13 August, 2015
Divide and conquer
22 July, 2015
with TOC Americas takes place in Panama this October. Hoist takes a closer look at some of the latest developments, installations and projects taking place across US ports, and the impact these have on the economic landscape.
Inaugural LEEA Singapore Crane Conference gains momentum
06 May, 2015
The full presentation agenda for the inaugural LEEA Lifting & Rigging Conference Asia has been announced, with only limited sponsorship opportunities now available.
Engineering growth for the future
04 February, 2015
There is no easy fi x to this problem so it's important that any future training programmes are developed in close consultation with industry, schools and colleges if we want them to make a real and lasting impact," explains Michelle Richmond from the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET).
Moving with the times
29 January, 2015
CeMAT Asia enjoyed a successful return to Shanghai in October, forming part of a series of events designed for professionals operating in the heavy lifting, intralogistics and supply chain sectors.