Cleveland-based Lincoln Electric, a manufacturer of welding equipment, made a big splash a decade ago when it constructed a wind turbine on its property and pledged to use the energy derived as 10 percent of its plant's total electricity requirement.
Hong Kong-based heavy equipment rental company Kanson Crane & Heavy Transport has added three new Grove GMK4100L-1 all-terrain cranes to its fleet.
Building a hotel might sound like routine construction, but when you're in the tourist town of Panama City Beach, Florida — and you're building directly on the beach — nothing is routine.
Mobile crane manufacturer Tadano is betting on being on the cutting edge of things, and so the company recently decided to upgrade more than just the name of its four-axle and five-axle cranes in the 110 to 130 ton class.
The "Blue Beast", an all-terrain crane with one of the industry's largest lifting capacities on eight axles, made its debut recently on a project at a Veterans Administration Hospital in Cleveland.
As part of New York State Canal Corporation's emergency repair program, construction is complete on Erie Canal Lock E-7 in Niskayuna, N.Y.
With its AC 4.070-1 and AC 4.070L-1, mobile crane manufacturer Tadano is introducing an upgraded four-axle all terrain crane with a lifting capacity of 75 ton and two boom lengths.
Maxim Crane Works has started receiving the first units from a sizable 51-crane order from Manitowoc.
Since Liverpool and Manchester-based John Sutch Cranes took delivery of the UK's first Grove GMK5200-1 from Manitowoc in July 2020, the five-axle 220 ton all-terrain crane has proved a very busy model for the mobile crane rental and contract lifting specialist.
Brazilian crane service provider Cunzolo recently acquired a brand new Tadano ATF 400G-6 with all the bells and whistles: Among other equipment, the crane features a luffing jib and the "Power System" boom suspension system, which will enable the unit to safely tackle jobs involving complex lifts, cumbersome and heavy loads, and impressive heights all by itself.