Link-Belt News, Videos, and Information


Link-Belt TCC-550 to Debut at CraneFest

Link-Belt Cranes has announced production of a new 55-ton (45-t) TCC-550 will begin soon, with shipments set to begin in the fourth quarter of 2021. The TCC-550 follows a long line of product improvements and introductions in Link-Belt Cranes' telescopic crawler crane family....


Link-Belt Launches New 65|HT

Link-Belt Cranes has unveiled the new 65|HT, a 65-ton (55-t) capacity truck crane to replace its HTC-8660 Series II. The 65|HT comes with a new four-section 36.5 to 115 ft. (11.2 to 35 m) full-power boom that reaches a maximum tip height of 125 ft....


Ureña Named DSR for Southeastern United States

Frank Snapp, manager, field service and warranty, announced that Raul Ureña has been named Link-Belt Crane's district service representative of the southeastern United States covering Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Mississippi and Tennessee....


Derr and Isbell Construction Work Quickly With Link-Belt TCC-1400

Construction is under way at The Stack, a 16-story project in Deep Ellum, a historic downtown Dallas neighborhood. Derr and Isbell Construction LLC of Euless, Texas, has a long company history of lifting structural steel and precast for projects across the country, and was awarded the contract for the 474,000 sq....


VIDEO: Contractor Holds Virtual 'Clinic' for Dredging, Recycling Job

Heavy and marine construction specialists Murray Logan Construction is holding a virtual "clinic" on best practices for dredging and recycling of materials removed from a complete rebuild job site in Palm Beach, Fla....


Link-Belt Crane's Paul Campbell Announces Retirement

After more than 31 years of dedicated service, Paul Campbell, manager of service parts and logistics, has announced his retirement from Link-Belt Cranes, effective April 30, 2021. Campbell has led the service parts and logistics group at Link-Belt Cranes since 2012, building on his long tenure and expertise in Link-Belt's transportation and warehouse operations....


Pinnacle Cranes Moves to Midland, N.C.

Pinnacle Cranes, the dealer of Link-Belt cranes and Manitex boom trucks in North Carolina and South Carolina, is moving to Midland, N.C. Vannoy Construction is in the process of building the new headquarters and the shop will be open later this summer....


Versatile Telecrawlers Tackle Jobs in Many Construction Settings

The utility market has long known teleboom crawler cranes are workhorses in the field. They can easily navigate sketchy terrain, hike steep slopes and coast over soft ground. But their abilities to pick and carry a full load chart, work on out-of-level conditions and hold various attachments are drawing the interest of contractors in many construction sectors....


Aaron Brown Returns to Norris Sales As Sales Manager, Bill Cummings Promoted to Director of Sales

Norris Sales Company Inc. has announced further investment into its sales operation to better serve the needs of the Philadelphia area construction and contractor market. As of Feb. 1, Bill Cummings has been promoted to the role of director of sales....


Link-Belt Adds New Representative in Turkey

Link-Belt Cranes has finalized an agreement with NEFTAŞ of Istanbul, Turkey, to be an authorized Link-Belt representative. NEFTAŞ will provide comprehensive sales, parts, and service support for Link-Belt crane customers in Turkey....







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