The latest news and developments in the heavy lift and project cargo equipment arena, including innovations in cranes; heavy haulage; under the jib; jacks, skates and rollers; software; strapping and lashing; as well as packing and crating.

Monpe uses Faymonville trailers for transport Ghana,Togo,Benin,Niger, nov 2020

Monpe’s long distance delivery


Ghana-headquartered Monpe Heavy Haulage delivered six engines from ports in Ghana to Niger, on behalf of DB Schenker.

The Enerpac Trolley System deployed offshore for offshore wind transition piece moves, nov 2020

Enerpac’s ETR trolley solution


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.

Al Faris Group places its trust in Goldhofer vehicles, nov 2020

Al Faris moves with Goldhofer


Al Faris Group utilised Goldhofer trailers to transport a tugboat and pontoons to the Hatta Dam near Dubai, the UAE.

Nooteboom-November 2020

Nooteboom adds to trailer range


Nooteboom has added a lightweight three-axle OSDS semi-low loader with hydraulic gooseneck ramp, an extendable loading floor and tracking steered axles to its range of trailers.

Mammoet supports biotech plant construction, nov 2020

Mammoet lifts for biotech plant


Mammoet coordinated the transport, lifting and installation of eight air coolers on to a roof during the construction of a biotech plant facility in Ulm, Germany.


Schuch expands its German fleet


Crane contractor Schuch is boosting its fleet with the addition of three Liebherr mobile cranes – the LTC 1050-3.1 compact crane, and two LTM 1070-4.2 cranes.

  • Desel steps up as Crosby CEO

    Desel steps up as Crosby CEO

    2019-08-13T12:10:00+01:00By David Kershaw

    Crosby Group has named Robert Desel as its chief executive officer, effective immediately.

  • Companies prepare for Brexit

    Companies prepare for Brexit

    2018-11-20T17:10:00+00:00By Sophie Barnes

    While Germany's Cuxhaven Port Association plans to intensify its preparations for the UK's exit from the European Union (EU) next year, industrial relocation logistics company Modpack Group is optimistic about the opportunities Brexit will bring.

  • FROM THE MAGAZINE: An overlooked link in the supply chain

    FROM THE MAGAZINE: An overlooked link in the supply chain

    2018-08-17T15:05:00+01:00By Paul Lucas

    The safe arrival of oversized and heavy project cargoes is directly related to how well they are packed and secured. Paul Lucas highlights some of the challenges facing packing and crating companies around the world.

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