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Manitowoc has started working with GPS manufacturer Trimble to develop productivity-enhancing positioning technology and software for cranes.
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Miller Electric Manufacturing recently launched the EnPak Hydraulic Tool Control (HTC), an improvement for its EnPak Mechanic Series, which will allow mechanics to run hydraulic tools and a crane together easily.
Manitowoc’s Potain HDT 80 self-erecting tower crane has been proving its worth and providing cost savings on job sites across North America, according to the manufacturer.
Tower crane manufacturer Linden Comansa has completed the renewal of its LCL range with the production of a prototype LCL 165 luffer in Navarre, Spain, due for official launch in September.
ALL Crane and Erection has used lift planning software from 3D Lift Plan to plan a series of tricky 12USt blind lifts at the Cleveland Clinic. The first test lifts have now been performed.
Manitowoc Crane Care has improved the availability of its EnCORE crane repair and remanufacturing service by adding current Manitowoc distributor Shawmut Equipment of New England, South Dakota, to its EnCORE Partners programme.
Earlier this month the ALL Crane hire company conducted a training session at its headquarters in Cleveland, US, in response to new OSHA crane regulations.
ATI has released an eco-efficient self-propelled walk-behind mobile crane, designed to work quietly and without emissions for indoor use.