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.
The Tadano Group announced the launch of its all-new 160 ton tele-boom crawler crane: the Tadano GTC-1600.
Next spring, the ALL Family of Companies takes delivery of what will immediately become the largest crane in its fleet.
Manitowoc will display three of its strongest new offerings for the utilities market at The Utility Expo this year: the National Crane NBT60XL boom truck; the NBT45-2, a compact 45-ton model from its new NBT40-2 Series; and the Grove GHC110 telescoping crawler crane that just launched in July.
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 the launch of the Grove GHC110, Manitowoc has added a crucial machine to the top end of its growing telescoping crawler crane range.
Link-Belt Cranes has announced production of a new 55-ton (45-t) TCC-550 will begin soon, with shipments set to begin in the fourth quarter of 2021.
Heavy Equipment Colleges of America (HEC) students in Stonecrest, Ga., took part in an assembly safety class on May 19 that used a new Manitowoc MLC100-1.
Poinciana, Fla., a suburban community near Kissimmee, is one the fastest-growing areas in the state's central region.
Construction is under way at The Stack, a 16-story project in Deep Ellum, a historic downtown Dallas neighborhood.