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Fodgaard goes long
27 December, 2011
At a food processing equipment plant in Denmark, Fodgaard has installed one of the country’s longest crane systems, and designed a Bluetooth crane communication system to prevent dangerous lifts.

Anglo-Indian partners
26 December, 2011
Street Crane, based in the English countryside, has recently formed a new partnership with K2 Cranes in Chennai, India.

Picking winners
20 December, 2011
Economic turmoil bedevils Western Europe, but Phil Bishop finds there are still some companies that are finding work

International investors in India
19 December, 2011

Westinghouse’s industrial crane donation to aid nuclear crane design
14 December, 2011
This December, Westinghouse Electric Company’s subsidiary PaR Nuclear donated two 30t industrial cranes and training equipment to train engineering students at the University of North Carolina’s Energy Production and Infrastructure Center (EPIC) in Charlotte.

Mike Murphy appointed CEO of J R Clancy
13 December, 2011

Liebherr Portal Crane awarded Crane of the Year
12 December, 2011

Counterfeit clamp down headed by machinery associations
12 December, 2011
A market surveillance initiative has been launched by seven European machinery industry trade associations to promote the effective monitoring of goods sold on the European market and strengthen regulatory compliance.

Columbus McKinnon opens training centre
12 December, 2011
Columbus McKinnon will bring new life its original headquarters in Tonawanda, New York, converting its former LodeRail production plant into a training center. 

Survitec appoints lifting and inspection product manager
07 December, 2011

Demag secures first harbour crane order from Papua New Guinea
07 December, 2011
Demag Cranes has delivered its first mobile harbour cranes to Papua New Guinea after receiving an order for four Gottwald G HMK 6407 Model 6 cranes from PNG Ports Corporation.

Columbus McKinnon Lodestar redesigned for a quick fix
05 December, 2011
Columbus McKinnon has announced that it is adding new features and design improvements to its Lodestar Electric Chain Hoist for easier maintenance.

Two new appointments at Magnetek’s material handing business unit
05 December, 2011
Controls manufacturer Magnetek has announced two appointments within its material handling business unit, Norman Davis is now business development manager for remote controls and John Holland becomes a manufacturer’s representative.

Engineered Systems streamline admin with Field ID
02 December, 2011
Field ID have signed a contract with US materials handling firm Engineered Systems to provide RFID tags for crane, trolley and hoist components for use with its cloud-based inspection system.

Liebherr breeds a hybrid sea monster
01 December, 2011
Liebherr’s maritime and small crawler division has unveiled designs for a new hybrid crane concept that can be used both as an offshore crane and as a mobile harbour crane.

Cable carrier keeps winch truck turning
01 December, 2011
Aiming to produce cranes easily integrated into customers’ automated process lines to create the ‘ideal factory’, crane manufacturer CO.MAS turned to German firm KabelSchlepp to provide high-performance cable carrier systems.

India’s Electromech forms alliance with Zoomlion
30 November, 2011

R&M’s Loadmate helps save elephant
30 November, 2011
Lifting equipment manufacturer R&M Materials Handling have been called on to help veterinary specialists in North Carolina lift a very unusual load, a 6.5USt partially-sighted elephant.

Offshore all-rounders
30 November, 2011
Aberdeen based EnerMech is making waves in the offshore sector, providing a range of cranes, lifting, rigging and hoist services to oil and gas exploration and production companies working in the North Sea, Europe, North America, Asia, the Middle East and Australia. Cristina Brooks reports

Heavy investment
30 November, 2011
With its roots in the industrial revolution, a world-beating reputation throughout much of the last century, and a decline over the last three decades, Bridon once looked like it might share the same fate as dozens of fallen British manufacturing giants. Will North asked CEO Jonathan Templeman about investing in making the company great again.