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American Cranes & Transport  |  December 2013  


NEWS
Counterfeit cranes a concern for Terex; Delta Rigging breaks ground on Texas facility; Ervin buys 2,000 trailers for resale; Mammoet expands fleet with 650 axle lines; and much more industry news.

BUSINESS NEWS
November saw share prices continue the impressive growth of earlier this year, but heavy equipment makers still lagged behind. Chris Sleight reports.

SAFETY/TRAINING
Daniel Erwin talks about being grateful for the current state of safety.

CERTIFICATION NEWS
OSHA’s Jim Maddux says certification is probably not enough.

INTERVIEW: JAMES VITEZ
James Vitez originally took on the role as president of KMX International as a temporary assignment.

SITE VISIT: TEREX
D.Ann Shiffler reports that Terex Cranes’ Waverly facility has been transformed.

RIGGING REVIEW
Tim Hillegonds reviews important safety issues regarding spreader bars.

SPMTS
Self-propelled modular transporters offer rigging flexibility and cost efficiency.

TRANSPORT50
ACT’s exclusive ranking of North America’s top specialized transportation companies by capacity and fleet size.

SITE REPORT: PORT LIFTING
While the Mississippi River gets its fair share of floating cranes, ports across the Americas are seeing an increase in harbor activity. Lindsey Anderson reports on port cranes.

SITE REPORT: TRANSPORTATION
D.Ann Shiffler reports on Bay Crane hauling bridge sections for a project in Cortland, NY.

SITE REPORT: LIFTING
Terry White reports that after a fire destroyed a galvanizing plant, Chellino Crane was called in to help rebuild.

SITE REPORT: LIFTING
Lindsey Anderson reports on a courthouse turned hotel thanks to Barcelona Equipment’s new Tadano ATF 400G-6.

PEOPLE & EVENTS
Essex Rental president and CEO Ron Schad resigns; Tadano appoints Jay Shiffler; plus highlights and events.
The leading source of information for the massive crane, transportation and lifting industry in North America. Official domestic magazine of the Specialized Carriers & Rigging Association.
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American Cranes & Transport   |   December 2013   


NEWS
Counterfeit cranes a concern for Terex; Delta Rigging breaks ground on Texas facility; Ervin buys 2,000 trailers for resale; Mammoet expands fleet with 650 axle lines; and much more industry news.

BUSINESS NEWS
November saw share prices continue the impressive growth of earlier this year, but heavy equipment makers still lagged behind. Chris Sleight reports.

SAFETY/TRAINING
Daniel Erwin talks about being grateful for the current state of safety.

CERTIFICATION NEWS
OSHA’s Jim Maddux says certification is probably not enough.

INTERVIEW: JAMES VITEZ
James Vitez originally took on the role as president of KMX International as a temporary assignment.

SITE VISIT: TEREX
D.Ann Shiffler reports that Terex Cranes’ Waverly facility has been transformed.

RIGGING REVIEW
Tim Hillegonds reviews important safety issues regarding spreader bars.

SPMTS
Self-propelled modular transporters offer rigging flexibility and cost efficiency.

TRANSPORT50
ACT’s exclusive ranking of North America’s top specialized transportation companies by capacity and fleet size.

SITE REPORT: PORT LIFTING
While the Mississippi River gets its fair share of floating cranes, ports across the Americas are seeing an increase in harbor activity. Lindsey Anderson reports on port cranes.

SITE REPORT: TRANSPORTATION
D.Ann Shiffler reports on Bay Crane hauling bridge sections for a project in Cortland, NY.

SITE REPORT: LIFTING
Terry White reports that after a fire destroyed a galvanizing plant, Chellino Crane was called in to help rebuild.

SITE REPORT: LIFTING
Lindsey Anderson reports on a courthouse turned hotel thanks to Barcelona Equipment’s new Tadano ATF 400G-6.

PEOPLE & EVENTS
Essex Rental president and CEO Ron Schad resigns; Tadano appoints Jay Shiffler; plus highlights and events.
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You'll receive 12 issues during a 1 year American Cranes & Transport magazine print subscription.
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