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HPRA is Awarded API Certifications and Licenses

High Performance Ropes of America (HPRA), Belton Texas has earned the following Certifications and Licenses. View Now.

Cargotec and CNHTC to set up Chinese joint venture

Truck manufacturer CNHTC will sell and service Hiab cranes and hooklisfs throughout China and both companies will further develop CNHTC's truck crane range.

Liebherr equipment sales jump

Construction machinery and mining revenues up 13.5% year-on-year in 2011, boosted by strong US demand

International Construction July-August 2012 podcast

iC editor Chris Sleight and deputy editor Helen Wright discuss news and features form the July-2012 edition of the magazine.

Trevi Benne celebrates 20 years of life

Italian attachment manufacturer Trevi Benne celbrated 20 years of business on 7 July, 2012

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iC editor to speak at CEWEF 2012

International Construction editor Chris Sleight will take on trends in the global construction industry at this year's Construction Equipment World Economic Forum (CEWEF) in Brussels, Belgium.

Züblin and Gilbane Building set up joint venture

US-German partnership to target healthcare and military construction projects in Europe.

UK rental companies vulnerable to poor credit

New research published by Creditsafe has revealed that a significant number of UK hire companies renting to the construction sector have been asked to renegotiate contracts; lost money through insolvency and have noticed an increase in defaulted payments. Creditsafe recommends that more thorough credit check s could reduce companies' vulnerability.

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GGR installs cliffside memorial

UK-based GGR Group supplied a Unic URW-547 mini spider crane to assist in the installation of a new World War II stone memorial at Beachy Head, Eastbourne

Odebrecht completes 13-crane Manitowoc deal

Brazil-based construction and engineering company Odebrechts signed a deal for 13 cranes from Manitowoc at June's M&T Expo 2012 in Sao Paulo, Brazil

Megalift adds two from Terex

German crane company Megalift has added two new models to its fleet of nine Terex cranes. The Bremen-based firm has taken delivery of a fully equipped Terex AC 40 City and a Challenger 3160

Potains on Mumbai mega structure

Arabian Construction Company and Simplex Infrastructures, as the contractors behind the development of India's first ‘mega structure', have brought in three Potain cranes to assist in construction of the 442 metre tall World One Tower in Mumbai

Royal Cargo transports world’s largest autoclave

In the Philippines Royal Cargo Combined Logistics achieved a construction milestone with its transportation and installation of the world's heaviest and largest autoclave to Taganito THPAL Nickel Corporation in Surigao

Heavy haul focus for National Interstate

US insurance company National Interstate is expanding its trucking insurance program by targeting heavy haul, crane and rigging operations

TNT Crane & Rigging purchases Turner Bros.

In the USA TNT Crane & Rigging has purchased Turner Bros., significantly boosting the company's fleet of cranes

Cranes galore at M&T Expo

The M&T Expo in Sao Paulo, Brazil last June was teaming with cranes from a multitude of manufacturers, including new offerings from Terex, Manitowoc, Link-Belt and more.

ALE to build 5,000 tonne capacity AL.SK350

International heavy lift and transport company ALE will build the 5,000 tonne capacity (354,000 tonne-metre) AL.SK350 super heavy lifter for a long term project in Brazil

H&E steps up hiring

H&E announces a hiring initiative to staff expansions

Western Pacific expands to Hawaii

Western Pacific Crane & Equipment has opened in Kapolei, Hawaii

Palfinger celebrates 80th anniversary

Palfinger has marked its 80th anniversary with an extensive distributor and customer conference culminating in a celebratory dinner and entertainment

Sleep apnea a target in CSA

Sleep apnea is now on the radar of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration. Brent Moody reports on what this means for truck drivers and equipment operators.

CSA 2010 changes are effective July 2012. Are you ready?

Seven changes will take place in July 2012 as a part of the Carrier Safety Administration.

Introducing the Tower Crane 50

Enter the American Cranes & Transport Magazine Tower Crane 50 list of top tower crane-owning companies.

Gas agreement paves the way for 1800 km pipeline

Development of the US$ 7.6 billion Turkmenistan-Afghanistan-Pakistan-India natural gas pipeline takes a step forward.

Prefferred bidder status for US$ 3.4 billion of renewable energy schemes

South African government selects 19 private-sector solar, wind and hydro projects totalling 1.04 GW.

Bauma fully booked with a year to go

Space at next year's Bauma exhibition in Munich, Germany is already sold out, despite another 15,000 m2 being added since 2010.

Leighton readies Middle East business for IPO

Australian contractor plans sale of Habtoor Leighton investment, forecasts 2012 profit of up to US$ 447 million

Hitachi saves in paint shop

Company to save €60,000 per year through new process to reduce chemical waste from painting.

Senior appointments at Man Lift

Man Lift Mfg. Co ("Man Lift") a USA manufacturer of mobile hydraulic equipment for speciality markets and hazardous environments, has appointed two new senior staff members. Joe Banks is the new vice president of operations and manufacturing and Timothy Henrich is vice president of sales and marketing.

Aecon joins Edmonton infrastructure JV

Canadian contractor forms part of a design/build joint venture for US$ 1.77 billion highway concession.

Giraf Track is launching its first telescopic compact crawler crane

Giraf Track is launching its first telescopic compact crawler crane. It is designed for pick-and-carry duties on construction sites and complements its range of existing range of telehandlers on tracks. Euan Youdale reports

Robot system aids Sellafield nuclear decommissioning

Special remote control technology has been developed to smooth nuclear desommissioning at Sellafield, UK

2012 World Demolition Summit conference programme takes shape

The programme for the conference at this year's World Demolition Summit is beginning to get close to its final shape

Rental rates and sales growth for Essex

Essex Rental Corp. has announced increases in rental rates and sales in its 2012 first quarter financial results. The USA-based rental giant saw a 51% increase in new, used and rental equipment sales for the quarter

Cosa Crane takes second Chinese Zoomlion

Australian rental company Cosa Crane Hire has purchased its second Zoomlion truck crane in 12 months

Sennebogen heads to tropics

Sygmat, Sennebogen'sdealer in France, has won the tender to supply a large rope excavator for the ongoing maintenance of the port on the island of La Reunion in the Indian Ocean.

High fashion with Terex

French crane service company Cauvas took to the runway for France's Fashion Week when it was called in to hoist and place a drive unit for a carousel in the Square Courtyard of the Louvre museum in Paris

Potain assists India power project

Larsen & Toubro has provided two Potain MC 475 cranes for a major hydroelectric power project in India

Megamas gets LEEA certificate

The Lifting Equipment Engineers Association (LEEA) has accredited Brunei's Megamas Training Company

Sarens-Wilbert joint venture

Wilbert Sarens Vermietung (WSV) is a new joint venture company that will supply and operate super heavy tower cranes to work in conjunction with other types of crane and lifting equipment to offer a complete lifting solution

Terex scholarship awarded to Lee Rucker

Terex Cranes has awarded its inaugural Terex Continuing Education Scholarship to Lee Rucker, a student from Kansas City planning to study a Masters degree course in electrical engineering at Lindenwood University, Saint Charles, MO.