International Cranes and Specialized Transport - April 2022

By Anita Bhakta19 April 2022

Included in this issue:

ROUNDUP: TOWER CRANES
Tower cranes are being used on sites around the world, helping all types of construction from bridges to airports. Niamh Marriott reports.

TOWER CRANES (PART ONE)
Is it low top or flat top tower crane design that is leading the way in the high-capacity classes? Heinz-Gert Kessel reports in the first of a two-part feature.

SITE REPORT: NORWAY
A Norwegian shipyard is using a large customised flat top Comansa tower crane for offshore oil platform construction. Alex Dahm reports.

MINI CRAWLER CRANES
Among the smallest cranes available, mini crawlers have big advantages for difficult and confined workspaces. Niamh Marriott reports.

SPECIALIZED TRAILERS
They come in all shapes and sizes to transport all manner of loads. New functions are now getting them on the road to sustainability. Niamh Marriott reports.

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How is lift planning integrated in safety and business?
Hannah Sundermeyer speaks with engineering experts about the current state of lift planning.
Canadian market sees post-pandemic revival
2022 is shaping up to be a solid year for the lifting, rigging and heavy haul market in Canada.
Tips to navigate a North American move
Things to look out for when preparing specialized transport projects across the USA, Canada and Mexico. Mike Chalmers reports
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