February 2009 - ALE's AL.SK90 crane has completed its first major lift.
ALE's AL.SK90 crane has completed its first major lift.
Mammoet has launched the SK6,000 – a 6,000-tonne capacity crane designed to enhance installation operations of large floating production storage and offloading (FSPO) modules and floating liquified natural gas (FLNG) units.
Saudi Arabia-based Fahad S Al Tamimi & Partners (Tamimi Rentals) has acquired 50 GRT8100 rough-terrain cranes to support the expansion of its oil and gas operations.
Tadano Demag has launched the AC 450-7 seven-axle all-terrain crane, which it said is a more powerful alternative to its six-axle counterparts.
Professional Lifting Services (PLS) will use software specialist CoreRFID’s automated reporting system – CheckedOK – for carrying out inspections on heavy lifting equipment.
UK-headquartered below-the-hook equipment manufacturer Modulift has reported that orders for its custom designed lifting solutions have increased substantially since the beginning of the year.
Enerpac has launched its ETR-series trolley system for moving heavy structures between production stations, which it said is more operationally efficient than traditional skidding methods.
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