All North America Articles

ALL grows with five Manitowoc crawlers
ALL is adding a new package from Manitowoc that includes five new crawler cranes and attachments.
Lift-off with Ace
Two large overhead cranes from Ace World Companies, designed to NASA standards, to lift secret load in Cape Canaveral, USA
North American crane companies tackle multi-phase modernization
With government infrastructure spending a hot topic, ACT reports on two complicated infrastructure projects.
Crane industry sees stimulus surge
As the nation emerges from the pandemic, the finance sector is bullish about crane sales.
ML Crane purchases 28th Liebherr
The Liebherr LR 1600/2 will serve customers in the wind, construction, power and petrochemical markets.
Sarens hoists electricity towers in Canadian mountains
Sarens hoisted powerline towers on snow covered mountains for a power line in Ontario, Canada.
Anglemyer completes two-crane lift
Anglemyer Crane Rental utilized a truck crane and all-terrain crane to lift a refurbished water bridge.
In Memoriam: Douglas Allen Ball
Douglas Allen Ball, 77 of St. James, NC passed away unexpectedly on March 16th, 2021.
Wind sector expects 2021 rebound
While many sectors were stymied during the global Covid-19 pandemic, the North American wind power segment saw record new installations.
Marten leads Manitowoc as power player
From marketing guru to selling the Potain brand, Manitowoc’s Amy Marten is shattering the proverbial glass ceiling.
Cummins updates Stage V B6.7 engine
Now part of Cummins’ Performance Series, the engine’s new Stop-Start feature lowers fuel consumption by up to 10%
CM Labs to host virtual tradeshow
The tradeshow will focus on new and emerging equipment operator training technology.
RAD Torque releases B-RAD BL S
RAD Torque Systems has unveiled it’s newest battery operated torque wrench. 
G&G faces elements during Wisconsin transport
G&G transports a turbine shaft in below zero-degree temperatures, 12 inches of snow and high winds.
Strength in adversity: SCRA news December 2020
Despite a year of challenges, SC&RA continued to build momentum in 2020. Mike Chalmers reports
Build from within: SCRA Comment December 2020
A memorable analogy for keeping good employees as a way of strengthening and expanding your company is to think of a bucket with a hole in it – why keep pouring water into it?
Live events and new Transportation VP: SC&RA news November 2020
The Association is returning to holding live events in 2021 and has appointed a new VP Transportation. Mike Chalmers reports
Hire technology: SCRA comment November 2020
At the mention of tech jobs, contruction isn’t the first industry that comes to mind but demand for skilled-trade workers with additional computer skills is rising
A wave of capability: SCRA comment October 2020
Most agree that continued advances in the age of technology will bring more progress than consequence. Industry leaders, however, also understand that the speed and scope of the digital age can be unsettling
CM Labs offers RTG training simulator
CM Labs Simulations has launched a simulator training solution for rubber-tyred gantry (RTG) operators. 
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