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Results from Demag Cranes, now majority owned by Terex, showed it had continued to increase new orders and revenues in the second quarter of financial year 2011/2012, thanks in part to a productive port technology segment.
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Crane builder Brunnhuber has completed testing for the first of two 50t portal cranes for emergency work on the locks of the Moselle River.
A crane inspector certification programme has been developed by the NCCCO in conjunction with the Crane Certification Association of America (CCAA), offering inspectors of tower, mobile and overhead cranes distinct certifications.
As Demag Cranes AG finalises its merger with Terex Corporation, the firm has posted third quarter results, covering the three months to 30 June 2011, showing increases in orders, revenues and earnings.
Unic Cranes Europe has appointed Amir Engineering, based 9 miles east of Tel Aviv in Petach Tikva, as the exclusive dealer of its mini crawler cranes.
On 22 June, Italian crane builder JMG launched its MC110 electric crane at Vertikal Days in Warrington, UK, intended for a global market.
Demag Cranes AG management has recommended its shareholders accept a revised takeover bid from Terex Corporation that includes an increased share price offer while safeguarding employee jobs, existing sites and Demag AG’s operational autonomy within Terex.
Indian contractor Afcons has hired Yousef Mousa Cranes in Jordan for testing of three cranes to be used in constructing a local phosphate terminal, despite the absence of national lifting safety legislation.
Cargotec has received orders at its Vladivostok port from two customers for its Kalmar container handling equipment.
Japanese chain sling manufacturer Kito Corporation has appointed Masatsugu Ukawa as its executive officer responsible for Chinese business.
Describing 2009 as “at least as challenging” as 2008, Konecranes president and CEO Pekka Lundmark announced order intake down 34.7%, and sales down 20.5% to EUR1,671.3m.
The International Organisation for Standardisation (ISO) has published a CD-ROM containing more than 100 international standards related to cranes.
Essen, Germany-based Teichmann Krane has acquired fellow German crane company Brunnhuber Krantechnik in an asset deal completed as of 1 November.
Due to an overwhelming response from the crane industry, Cranes Today is extending the deadline for entries to its global industry survey to 19 October, 2009.
Demag Cranes AG has seen its results suffer a “dramatic decline” in the third quarter of its 2009 fiscal year.
Terex Africa, a subsidiary of the Eqstra Group and principal dealer for Terex’s equipment across southern Africa, has installed four electric overhead traveling (EOT) cranes at its new premises in Pomona, adjacent to OR Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg.
Konecranes has completed statutory negotiations for job cuts in its heavy lifting business segment in Finland, which will see permanent personnel reductions totalling 41.
Cranes Today, the independent magazine of the cranes industry, has joined the micro blogging community Twitter and will be posting regular updates on the construction crane and lifting industry.
Following last year’s takeover by US material handling products firm Columbus McKinnon Corporation (CMCO), a new management structure has been put in place at German lifting and material handling equipment manufacturer Pfaff-silberblau Hebezeugfabrik GmbH.
Cranes will be on show in November at a newly combined Big 5/Big 5 PMV construction equipment exhibition from 23-27 November.