International Cranes and Specialized Transport - March 2022

By Anita Bhakta22 March 2022

Included in this issue:

OPERATOR TRAINING AND CERTIFICATION
From VR simulators to videos, technology shows smarter ways to communicate, teach and learn. Niamh Marriott reports.

IRANIAN CRANE MARKET
International sanctions has left Iran without modern cranes and spare parts, jeopardising the safety of equipment operators. Vladislav Vorotnikov reports.

SITE REPORT: JACKET REQUIRED
Mammoet worked to increase efficiency on a massive project to transport and lift offshore wind jackets for a farm in Taiwan. Alex Dahm reports.

SOFTWARE FOR FLEET MANAGEMENT
From energy consumption to geolocations and operator availability, different software can help record and keep track of useful data to optimise fleet management. Niamh Marriott reports.

SITE REPORT: ANCIENT MOVES
Sarens doubles up SPMT to move an ancient Egyptian boat past the pyramids. 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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