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Damen Shipyards Group introduced a design for its Damen Offshore Carrier 7500 (DOC), which may be used with a heavy-lift crane.
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Scheuerle and Nicolas have announced the launch of a new generation of the EuroCompact semi-trailer combination for special transport.
Manitowoc has launched a new feature, called the Boom Raise System (BRS), for the 400t 16000 Wind Attachment, designed to raise longer Wind Attachment boom lengths.
The programme for Cranes Asia, Cranes Today's annual Singapore-based conference, has just been finalised, with the late addition of regulators from Singapore and Malaysia.
Linden Comansa has added 4m of jib to all standard versions of its new 21 LC 660 flat top, launched two weeks ago on 1 July 2012.
Using the Sky Crane allowed researchers to deliver a rover outfitted with extra equipment that brought the weight up to over 1t (900kg/2000lbs).
Palfinger awarded its global dealers for innovative marketing and product design at its annual sales conference, taking place this year in Salzkammergut.
Franz Bracht is expanding the capacities and wind turbine installation capability of its Erwitte, Germany, based fleet with a 750t lattice boom truck crane and innovative SL12D2FB boom.
Indian-owned Tata Steel has taken another step in the development of its European specialised steel business, with the completion of a major investment in upgrading one of the coilers at its IJmuiden hot strip mill.