All Crane & Specialized Transport Articles

CNH construction profits down –71.2%
Operating profits on CNH's construction equipment sales fell -71.2% in 2008 to US$ 116 million, compared to US$ 412 million in 2007. Sales were down -11.1% to US$ 4.46 billion.
KHL Group expands events division
KHL Group is launching two new awards schemes for the access and demolition sectors, plus a top-level conference for the crane and specialized transport industries in a major expansion of its new events division in 2009.
A sad loss
It is with great sadness that we report the death of our friend and colleague, Peter Sullivan.
Big Pipe lifter
Duty-cycle crawler crane helps with the largest public works ever undertaken in Portland, Oregon, US.
Boskalis abandons Smit bid
Dredging giant Boskalis Westminster has abandoned its hostile takeover bid for towage, salvage and heavy transport company Smit International.
Biggest Bauma China
This year's Bauma China event is the most successful to date, according to the show's organisers, with over 113000 visitors - a +40% rise on the 80000 people who visited the last show in 2006.
Visitor levels at Bauma China exceed expectations
The 4th Bauma China construction equipment exhibition, which is being held in Shanghai, China (25 to 28 November), has got off to a fantastic start with the number of visitors on the first day exceeding all expectations, according to the organisers.
Crane and heavy transport newsletter launched
World Crane Week is a new e-mail newsletter from International Cranes and Specialized Transport and American Cranes & Transport magazines.
World Cup stadium cranes
A total of 19 Liebherr top slewing tower cranes are being used on the construction of the new Green Point Stadium in Cape Town, South Africa, one of the venues for the 2010 Football World Cup.
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