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American Cranes & Transport Magazine March 2019 Back Issue

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VIEWPOINT
Christopher Machut contends that where there is no vision, people can perish.

RIGGING REVIEW
Troy Geisler discusses how to calculate actual true capacity before purchasing a new heavy haul trailer.

INTERVIEW
Bigfoot Construction Equipment’s Jeff Steiner is carrying on a family legacy through American-made outrigger pads.

PRODUCT FOCUS ALL TERRAIN CRANES
ACT highlights ATs that will be on display at Bauma 2019.

SPECIALIZED LIFTING 50
Ranking North America’s top specialized lifting companies.

INDUSTRY FOCUS FLEET MANAGEMENT
Jenny Shiner discusses how to introduce GPS tracking to gain acceptance and achieve better results.

INDUSTRY FOCUS TELEMATICS
Telematics can improve asset utilization and performance. Andy Turnbull reports.

INDUSTRY FORUM PERMITTING
Hannah Sundermeyer convenes a panel of four permitting company experts.

SITE REPORT LIFTING
A cantilever lifting beam system offers an innovative solution at a power plant.

SITE REPORT TRANSPORT
Berard found the quickest and most costeffective plan for moving two huge vessels to a Louisiana refinery.

SITE REPORT RIGGING
Pioneer Heavy Haul transported a 160-foot long Cold Box from Ontario to North Carolina.

PREVIEW
ACT previews Bauma Germany 2019 with our “must see” coverage of the huge tradeshow.

SYNOPSIS
Telematics can improve driver behavior.
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American Cranes & Transport

March 2019 VIEWPOINT Christopher Machut contends that where there is no vision, people can perish. RIGGING REVIEW Troy Geisler discusses how to calculate actual true capacity before purchasing a new heavy haul trailer. INTERVIEW Bigfoot Construction Equipment’s Jeff Steiner is carrying on a family legacy through American-made outrigger pads. PRODUCT FOCUS ALL TERRAIN CRANES ACT highlights ATs that will be on display at Bauma 2019. SPECIALIZED LIFTING 50 Ranking North America’s top specialized lifting companies. INDUSTRY FOCUS FLEET MANAGEMENT Jenny Shiner discusses how to introduce GPS tracking to gain acceptance and achieve better results. INDUSTRY FOCUS TELEMATICS Telematics can improve asset utilization and performance. Andy Turnbull reports. INDUSTRY FORUM PERMITTING Hannah Sundermeyer convenes a panel of four permitting company experts. SITE REPORT LIFTING A cantilever lifting beam system offers an innovative solution at a power plant. SITE REPORT TRANSPORT Berard found the quickest and most costeffective plan for moving two huge vessels to a Louisiana refinery. SITE REPORT RIGGING Pioneer Heavy Haul transported a 160-foot long Cold Box from Ontario to North Carolina. PREVIEW ACT previews Bauma Germany 2019 with our “must see” coverage of the huge tradeshow. SYNOPSIS Telematics can improve driver behavior.


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American Cranes & Transport  |  March 2019  


VIEWPOINT
Christopher Machut contends that where there is no vision, people can perish.

RIGGING REVIEW
Troy Geisler discusses how to calculate actual true capacity before purchasing a new heavy haul trailer.

INTERVIEW
Bigfoot Construction Equipment’s Jeff Steiner is carrying on a family legacy through American-made outrigger pads.

PRODUCT FOCUS ALL TERRAIN CRANES
ACT highlights ATs that will be on display at Bauma 2019.

SPECIALIZED LIFTING 50
Ranking North America’s top specialized lifting companies.

INDUSTRY FOCUS FLEET MANAGEMENT
Jenny Shiner discusses how to introduce GPS tracking to gain acceptance and achieve better results.

INDUSTRY FOCUS TELEMATICS
Telematics can improve asset utilization and performance. Andy Turnbull reports.

INDUSTRY FORUM PERMITTING
Hannah Sundermeyer convenes a panel of four permitting company experts.

SITE REPORT LIFTING
A cantilever lifting beam system offers an innovative solution at a power plant.

SITE REPORT TRANSPORT
Berard found the quickest and most costeffective plan for moving two huge vessels to a Louisiana refinery.

SITE REPORT RIGGING
Pioneer Heavy Haul transported a 160-foot long Cold Box from Ontario to North Carolina.

PREVIEW
ACT previews Bauma Germany 2019 with our “must see” coverage of the huge tradeshow.

SYNOPSIS
Telematics can improve driver behavior.
read more read less
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