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Sarens and Sinotrans link up in China 29 July, 2015 | By Daniel Searle
Sarens Group, the Belgium-based heavy lift and engineered transport provider, has entered into a joint venture partnership with China’s Sinotrans Heavy-lift Logistics Company.
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New heights in Switzerland for Wolffkran
Wednesday, July 29, 2015 by Daniel Searle
The tallest building in Switzerland, the 178m-high Roche Building 1, has been constructed using Wolffkran tower cranes with a hook height of 204m.
First LTM 1750-9.1 delivered to Mexico
Wednesday, July 29, 2015 by Daniel Searle
Mexican crane company GMVykon has added a 750t, nine-axle Liebherr LTM 1750-9.1 all terrain crane to its fleet.
Self-erecting cranes fit in at restricted job site
Wednesday, July 29, 2015 by Daniel Searle
Two Potain Igo T130 self-erecting cranes were used to construct a six-storey, 180-unit apartment complex at a space-restricted job site in Massachusetts.
New five-axle ATs from Manitowoc
Wednesday, July 29, 2015 by Daniel Searle
Manitowoc has launched two new five-axle Grove all terrain cranes, the GMK5180-1 and GMK5200-1.
Mini cranes glaze medical research hub
Wednesday, July 29, 2015 by Daniel Searle
GGR Group supplied two UNIC spider cranes and glass vacuum lifting equipment to assist glazing at the new Manchester Cancer Research Centre in the UK.
Long journey for fuel tanks in Iraq
Wednesday, July 29, 2015 by Daniel Searle
Heavy lift company ALE has transported two 250t LPG storage tanks 600km across Iraq - representing the largest cargo to be moved that distance in the country, said the company.
Link-Belt helps Rocket Crane cut shear job time
Tuesday, July 21, 2015 by Will North
Rocket Crane found that by using a Link-Belt ATC-3275 it was able to use just one crane, rather than an initially planned tandem lift, to place a heavy shear used to cut metal sections at a recycling plant.
Manitowoc launches new Chinese-built luffer
Tuesday, July 21, 2015 by Will North
Manitowoc has announced the launch of its new Potain MCR 160. The luffer lifts 10t, with up to 2.4t on the end of its 50m maximum length jib.
BT makes major order from Penny
Tuesday, July 21, 2015 by Will North
Penny Hydraulics is to supply 210 SwingLift electric van cranes to UK telecoms firm BT.
Aertssen and ALE complete lifting on Total's €1bn Optara project
Tuesday, July 21, 2015 by Will North
Aertssen and ALE have worked together to transport modules from Tecnicas Reunidas' fabrication yard in Tarragona, Spain, to Total's Antwerp refinery.

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