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Mosites Construction & Development Company (Mosites) is working on a $93 million infrastructure proj...
To assist employers in evaluating and documenting crane operator competency, Crane Industry Services...
OSHA published a Final Rule Nov. 9 delaying its deadline for crane operators to be certified by one ...
While many uses of modern drones are still being explored, these aerial robots have already made an ...
Crane Industry Services LLC (CIS) announced a skills assessment study being conducted by CIS in conj...

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Wed May 02, 2018

Contractors Use a Grove to Assemble a Manitowoc on Tough, Uneven Terrain

Mosites Construction & Development Company (Mosites) is working on a $93 million infrastructure project that will add seven new bridges along 4 mi....

Mon December 18, 2017

Crane Industry Services Announces Simple Operator Evaluation, Documentation Process

To assist employers in evaluating and documenting crane operator competency, Crane Industry Services, LLC has introduced a new and efficient process called Qualified Crane Operator Evaluations (QCOE)....

Thu November 09, 2017

OSHA Extends Crane Operator Certification Deadline to 2018

OSHA published a Final Rule Nov. 9 delaying its deadline for crane operators to be certified by one year until November 10, 2018....

Mon April 17, 2017

Crane Camera Mapping Systems vs. Drones: When to Use Each

While many uses of modern drones are still being explored, these aerial robots have already made an impact on the construction industry....

Thu September 08, 2016

Study Seeks to Determine the Value of Simulators in Crane Training

Crane Industry Services LLC (CIS) announced a skills assessment study being conducted by CIS in conjunction with CM Labs Simulations Inc., Montreal, Quebec, and West Georgia Technical College....


Mon March 04, 2019

Brian Smoot, Kelly Fiechter Named Product Managers of Link-Belt Rough Terrain, Trucks/AT Group

Link-Belt Cranes announced that Brian Smoot has accepted the position of product manager, telescopic truck and all-terrain cranes, effective April 1, 2019. Smoot began his career at Link-Belt in 2007 as an associate product technician before moving into the product marketing group as marketing product specialist for HTC and ATC's....


Mon March 04, 2019

H.N. Krane Receives New Demag AC 130-5 All Terrain Crane

Herbert Nadolny, managing director of H.N. Krane from Groß Schwaß near Rostock, and his two crane operators, Phillip Hinze and Johannes Astecker,picked up their brand-new Demag AC 130-5 all terrain crane in Zweibrücken....


Wed February 27, 2019

BAR-S Services' Link-Belt ATC-3275 'On the Clock' for 96 Hours in Colorado

Cheyenne, Wyo.-based BAR-S Services (BAR-S) took ownership of a new 275-ton (250-t) ATC-3275 all-terrain crane from Link-Belt distributor Strong's Crane Service. In its nearly third decade of operation (founded in 1990), BAR-S specializes in erecting and dismantling oil rigs, supporting the oil and gas industry in northeastern Colorado and Wyoming....


Tue February 26, 2019

Class in Session for Empire Crane Service Technicians

Empire Crane service technicians took a break from the cold and were in class with the Demag service and maintenance training program Feb. 4 to 8. The class taught by Training Instructor Robert Ourt focused on the technical components of the Demag 5 axle family of all terrain cranes, including the AC 130-5, AC 160-5, AC 220-5, and AC 250-5....


Mon February 25, 2019

Terex to Sell Demag Mobile Cranes Business

Terex Corporation has announced that it has agreed to sell its Demag Mobile Cranes business to Tadano Ltd. for an enterprise value of approximately $215 million. The Demag Mobile Cranes business manufactures and sells all terrain cranes and large crawler cranes....


Wed February 13, 2019

Stoneridge-Orlaco Announces Empire Crane as Preferred Partner

Empire Crane Company recently became a preferred partner of Orlaco products. It will be responsible for the approach of the United States crane industry. Empire Crane will be the industry partner regarding quotations, sales and service of Orlaco camera monitor systems....


Wed February 13, 2019

Tower Crane Christened 'Ichabod' Becomes Star of Cleveland's Playhouse Square

There's a new social media celebrity hailing from the shores of Lake Erie. He's tall, rugged, and hangs out with the live theater crowd near the bright marquee lights. He's also a tower crane....


Tue February 12, 2019

Maeda to Bring New Mini Cranes to bauma 2019

Maeda USA, along with Maeda Seisakusho Japan and AB Kranlyft, will be presenting several new mini crane models at the Bauma Exhibition, the world's leading machinery trade fair, April 8 to14 in Munich, Germany....


Tue February 12, 2019

Terex, Demag Work on Orlando's Massive I-4 Ultimate Project

At 21 miles long and $2.3 billion, Orlando's massive I-4 Ultimate is the largest infrastructure project in the Florida Department of Transportation's (FDOT) history. By the time the last yard of concrete is placed in 2021, the project will consume 6.7 million cu....


Mon February 11, 2019

OSHA Delays Crane Operator Evaluation Documentation Requirement

In response to industry requests, OSHA has announced it is delaying full enforcement of its requirement for employers to evaluate their crane operators. In a memorandum to OSHA Regional Administrators and State Plans, OSHA Acting Director of the Directorate of Construction Scott Ketcham stated that during the first 60 days of enforcement (until April 15, 2019), OSHA will evaluate good faith efforts taken by employers in their attempt to meet the new documentation requirements for operators of cranes used in construction....