International Cranes and Specialized Transport - May 2021

By Anita Bhakta18 May 2021

NEW TECHNOLOGY
What might the job site of the future look like? From simulators to autonomous machines to drones, Christian Shelton explores the possibilities.

TOWER CRANES FOR WIND ENERGY (PART 2)
Part two of contributor Heinz-Gert Kessel’s feature on tower cranes used for this niche application.

SITE REPORT: CHINESE REFINERY RECORD
DLT Engineering’s MYQ5000 super heavy lift twin tower system sets a new record erecting a vessel weighing almost 4,000 tonnes. Alex Dahm reports.

INDUSTRY FOCUS: ENERGY SECTOR
The oil and gas industry remains, for now at least, a lucrative income source for many crane and transport companies. Christian Shelton reports.

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Long Reads
Vita Inclinata CEO develops lifesaving stabilization technology
Under the leadership of Caleb Carr, Vita Inclinata Technologies is changing the landscape of load stabilization and safety.  
Mexican construction sector sees “boom”
The crane, rigging and transport industry in Mexico is thriving, at the moment.
A history of boom dollies in the United States
The ubiquitous boom dolly is a legendary solution for moving cranes over the road.
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