PHL Hydraulics UK has used an Enerpac SCJ-50 cube jack system to install a 40-ton (36.3-tonne) processing vessel in a chemical plant.
Mammoet has set a 531-tonne bridge into place in Florida, USA.
Martin Bencher delivered a 205-tonne transformer from Helgum to Stor-Finnforsen, Sweden during May.
Middlesbrough, UK-based Industrial and Marine Hydraulics (IMH) has entered into a distribution agreement with SPX Flow.
Enerpac has launched the SCJ-100 self-locking cube jack, which provides a lifting capacity of 100 tons (90.7 tonnes) per leg.
Sweden-based Jinert has utilised its recently acquired 310-tonne capacity LP350 skidding system from Hydra-Slide to manoeuvre a transformer under a bridge and move it into its final position.
Osprey Group has used Enerpac jack-up lifting technology to install a 1,400-tonne road bridge deck in the UK.
Danish heavy lift specialist BMS Krangården has used an Enerpac EVO multipoint synchronised lifting system to move a 120-year-old lighthouse.
Reynolds Transfer and Storage has used Hydra-Slide hydraulic skidding equipment to remove and replace a transformer in Madison, Wisconsin.
Enerpac has launched the SL400N Super Lift hydraulic gantry.
Ritchie Services has used an Enerpac skidding system to remove two 70-tonne boilers at the Alderley Science Park in Cheshire, UK.
Collett & Sons has acquired an Enerpac JS-125 multi-point lifting system.
Egyptian Global Logistics (EGL) has moved three transformers at the Abu Qir power plant in Egypt.
Heavy lift equipment rental company LGH has supplied an Enerpac telescopic hydraulic gantry to assist with the removal of the Steenhuisenbrug bridge in Friesland, the Netherlands.
D. Turner & Son has used an Enerpac skidding system to move four 16-ton (14.5-tonne) transformers in and out of a building in London, UK.
Rope and Sling Specialists (RSS) provided equipment and personnel to help install a 50-tonne vessel at manufacturing plant in Scotland this month.
HBC-radiomatic has expanded its manufacturing facility in Hebron, Kentucky, USA.
ALE has loaded out an 18,000-tonne topside in Zhuhai, China.
Al Faris has moved more than 15 oversized components from Jebel Ali Free Zone to a storage yard in Dubai World Central (DWC) in the UAE as part of an oil refinery project.
Mammoet has transported and lifted two 270-ton (244.9-tonne) bridge spans in Pennsylvania, USA on behalf of Swank Construction Company.
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