By Lauren Rice2019-08-29T14:20:00+01:00
EFG Scandinavia, part of the EMS-Fehn-Group, is utilising a crawler crane with a variable boom system to construct a hotel as part of an urban renewal project in Mölndal, Sweden.
The crawler crane has a lifting capacity of 180-tons (163.2-tonnes).
EFG is responsible for all lifting activities during the building phase of the Quality Hotel Mölndal which is expected to open in 2021.
The Lifting Equipment Engineers Association (LEEA) has created a course to educate end users about the risks and responsibilities of lifting operations.
Germany-based civil engineering specialist D&K Spezial Tiefbau has added a Tadano ATF 100G-4 all-terrain crane to its fleet.
Liebherr has extended its telescopic crawler crane series to include the LTR 1040, which is a lightweight version of the LTR 1060.
ESTA’s European Crane Operators Licence (ECOL) has adopted an in-company apprentice training structure, which the organisation’s leaders hope will make it easier for countries with a strong tradition of apprenticeships to become directly involved in the scheme.
Fagioli has deployed Cometto SPMTs for the transport of several jacket components in northern Spain.
Germany-based Crane Maier has taken delivery of a Liebherr LTM 1070-4.2 mobile crane to replace one of its older 60-tonne capacity cranes.
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