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Int. Cranes & Specialized Transp  |  December 2013  


NEWS 6
Counterfeit cranes a concern for Terex, Record revenue at Palfinger, Manitex buys Valla, TYHI builds 500 tonne all terrain

BUSINESS 13
As 2013 drew to a close, stock markets were showing every sign of enjoying the traditional year-end rally. Unfortunately the crane sector missed-out again. Chris Sleight reports

HEAVY LIFTING 15
Rapid growth in the energy sector has resulted in an increase in heavy lift projects. Laura Hatton reports

SPECIALIZED TRANSPORT NEWS 21
A roundup of news from the sector

WIND ENERGY 23
The nature of harvesting wind as an energy source is changing. Turbines are getting larger and wind farms are being built in ever more remote areas. Laura Hatton reports

PRODUCT NEWS 31
Upping its stake in the super heavy lifting tower sector is Taegwang Heavy Industry Co (TGHI) with a 7,500 tonne capacity system. Alex Dahm reports

SITE REPORT 32
Two super heavy lift crawlers are put to work on a project to develop and expand the Muscat international airport in Oman. IC reports

ITC REVIEW 34
International Tower Cranes 2013 attracted more than 140 attendees from 19 countries with its thought-provoking programme of high-level speakers. IC reports

THE KNOWLEDGE 36
A topic central in more ways than one both to lifting and transport operations is centre of gravity. CoG can be an issue that makes or breaks a project, writes Marco van Daal

TOPLIFT RESULT 39
Over the last few months votes have been coming in for the 2013 TopLift contest to determine the readers’ favourite lifting job. IC reveals the results

SITE REPORT 41
Specialist lifting contractor Wasel in Germany helped to carefully dismantle a hanging scaffold structure from the ancient Cologne Cathedral. IC reports

COMPONENTS 43
Laura Hatton investigates some new components available for crane makers and the benefits for end users

EQUIPMENT AND ACCESSORIES 51
A selection of equipment and accessories for all sectors of the lifting industry
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Int. Cranes & Specialized Transp   |   December 2013   


NEWS 6
Counterfeit cranes a concern for Terex, Record revenue at Palfinger, Manitex buys Valla, TYHI builds 500 tonne all terrain

BUSINESS 13
As 2013 drew to a close, stock markets were showing every sign of enjoying the traditional year-end rally. Unfortunately the crane sector missed-out again. Chris Sleight reports

HEAVY LIFTING 15
Rapid growth in the energy sector has resulted in an increase in heavy lift projects. Laura Hatton reports

SPECIALIZED TRANSPORT NEWS 21
A roundup of news from the sector

WIND ENERGY 23
The nature of harvesting wind as an energy source is changing. Turbines are getting larger and wind farms are being built in ever more remote areas. Laura Hatton reports

PRODUCT NEWS 31
Upping its stake in the super heavy lifting tower sector is Taegwang Heavy Industry Co (TGHI) with a 7,500 tonne capacity system. Alex Dahm reports

SITE REPORT 32
Two super heavy lift crawlers are put to work on a project to develop and expand the Muscat international airport in Oman. IC reports

ITC REVIEW 34
International Tower Cranes 2013 attracted more than 140 attendees from 19 countries with its thought-provoking programme of high-level speakers. IC reports

THE KNOWLEDGE 36
A topic central in more ways than one both to lifting and transport operations is centre of gravity. CoG can be an issue that makes or breaks a project, writes Marco van Daal

TOPLIFT RESULT 39
Over the last few months votes have been coming in for the 2013 TopLift contest to determine the readers’ favourite lifting job. IC reveals the results

SITE REPORT 41
Specialist lifting contractor Wasel in Germany helped to carefully dismantle a hanging scaffold structure from the ancient Cologne Cathedral. IC reports

COMPONENTS 43
Laura Hatton investigates some new components available for crane makers and the benefits for end users

EQUIPMENT AND ACCESSORIES 51
A selection of equipment and accessories for all sectors of the lifting industry
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