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Potains in Oslo regeneration
Six Potain tower cranes are working on the construction of a corporate and residential district in Oslo, Norway. The project is part of a regeneration of the city's historic waterfront area that will eventually cover 450,000 square metres
Linden Comansa builds Hanoi's highest
Four Linden Comansa tower cranes are working on the US$1 billion Keangnam Hanoi Landmark Tower complex in Vietnam
New Jaso tower crane cross
Spanish tower crane manufacturer Jaso has launched a new 10 tonne capacity tower crane.
New 48 tonner from Linden Comansa
Linden Comansa has launched a 48 tonne capacity flat top tower crane, the company's biggest production crane to date. The 21 LC 750 can be climbed to a freestanding height of 75.5 m with a maximum jib length of 80 m, and is available in three versions: 24, 36 and 48 tonnes
Tower cranes at Harbour City Hamburg
Tower cranes from Liebherr, Wolffkran and Potain are among those being used to help build what is claimed as Europe's largest city-centre construction site, the HafenCity (Harbour City) in Hamburg, Germany. IC reports
GG tower crane for the 21st Century
"Tower cranes for the 21st Century," is how GG Crane Group promotes its range of long jib tower cranes with propeller-driven slewing mechanism. Alex Dahm talked to Patrick Gillis, GG Crane Group president and managing director, about
Potain extends MDT series
New in Manitowoc's Potain tower crane range is the largest model in the MDT series. Two versions are available of the MDT 368. The MDT 368 L12 has 12 tonne capacity and the MDT 368 L16 is 16 tonnes
Radical turn
"Tower cranes for the 21st Century," is how GG Crane Group promotes its range of long jib tower cranes with propeller-driven slewing mechanism. Alex Dahm talked to Patrick Gillis, GG Crane Group president and managing director, about his unconventional design
Linden Comansa towers in Asia
Tower crane manufacturer Linden Comansa Group claims sales of about 50 units in Singapore for 2008
New Comansa towers
A new range of tower cranes is available from Spanish manufacturer Linden Comansa.
World Cup stadium cranes
A total of 19 Liebherr top slewing tower cranes are being used on the construction of the new Green Point Stadium in Cape Town, South Africa, one of the venues for the 2010 Football World Cup.
New tower crane inspection guide
A comprehensive new guide designed to increase tower crane safety has been launched in the UK. The Maintenance, Inspection and Through Examination of Tower Cranes is the latest best practice guide from the Construction Plant-hire Association (CPA) and was produced in partnership with the Health and Safety Executive (HSE).
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