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Int. Cranes and Specialized Transp Magazine January 2014 Back Issue

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NEWS
Big boom upgrade for Terex CC 8800-1, New tele crawler from Link-Belt, Proposal to limit age of cranes in New York, Liebherr turnover forecast to hold steady

BUSINESS
Last year saw remarkable growth on the world’s stock markets, and many crane manufacturers saw their share prices rise. The sector as a whole, however, was pulled-down by China. Chris Sleight reports

CONEXPO PREVIEW
Already fast-approaching is the record breaking 2014 ConExpo, the big exhibition of the year in the USA. If you have not already done so then start arranging your visit now. IC’s preview outlines the basics

SPECIALIZED TRANSPORT NEWS
A roundup of news from the sector

ROPES AND WINCHES
Modern construction projects are driving change in the design and function of ropes and winches throughout the lifting industry. Laura Hatton investigates

INTERVIEW
Jan van Seumeren Junior and his team at Re-Move based in the Netherlands are passionate about their crane and transport business. Alex Dahm talked to them about the business model and what makes it different

THE KNOWLEDGE
Following on from and linked to the centre of gravity topic from last month’s article, is this month’s equally important subject of weighing a load. Marco van Daal reports

CERTIFICATION
For certification to work, any associated operator training needs to be adequate, appropriate and affordable. Laura Hatton investigates certification and why it is so important

CRANE CONFIDENCE SURVEY
This year’s confidence survey of companies involved in crane rental reveals a more positive outlook on prospects for the industry in 2014. IC reports

ESTA NEWS
News from the European Association of Abnormal Road Transport and Mobile Cranes

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

BACK PAGE
People news, events diary, and picture of the month

SC&RA COMMENT
Comment from Joel Dandrea, SC7RA executive vice president

Sc&RA NEWS
The 2014 Specialized Transport Sumposium in Mar
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Int. Cranes and Specialized Transp

January 2014 NEWS Big boom upgrade for Terex CC 8800-1, New tele crawler from Link-Belt, Proposal to limit age of cranes in New York, Liebherr turnover forecast to hold steady BUSINESS Last year saw remarkable growth on the world’s stock markets, and many crane manufacturers saw their share prices rise. The sector as a whole, however, was pulled-down by China. Chris Sleight reports CONEXPO PREVIEW Already fast-approaching is the record breaking 2014 ConExpo, the big exhibition of the year in the USA. If you have not already done so then start arranging your visit now. IC’s preview outlines the basics SPECIALIZED TRANSPORT NEWS A roundup of news from the sector ROPES AND WINCHES Modern construction projects are driving change in the design and function of ropes and winches throughout the lifting industry. Laura Hatton investigates INTERVIEW Jan van Seumeren Junior and his team at Re-Move based in the Netherlands are passionate about their crane and transport business. Alex Dahm talked to them about the business model and what makes it different THE KNOWLEDGE Following on from and linked to the centre of gravity topic from last month’s article, is this month’s equally important subject of weighing a load. Marco van Daal reports CERTIFICATION For certification to work, any associated operator training needs to be adequate, appropriate and affordable. Laura Hatton investigates certification and why it is so important CRANE CONFIDENCE SURVEY This year’s confidence survey of companies involved in crane rental reveals a more positive outlook on prospects for the industry in 2014. IC reports ESTA NEWS News from the European Association of Abnormal Road Transport and Mobile Cranes EQUIPMENT AND ACCESSORIES A selection of equipment and accessories for all sectors of the lifting industry BACK PAGE People news, events diary, and picture of the month SC&RA COMMENT Comment from Joel Dandrea, SC7RA executive vice president Sc&RA NEWS The 2014 Specialized Transport Sumposium in Mar


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NEWS
Big boom upgrade for Terex CC 8800-1, New tele crawler from Link-Belt, Proposal to limit age of cranes in New York, Liebherr turnover forecast to hold steady

BUSINESS
Last year saw remarkable growth on the world’s stock markets, and many crane manufacturers saw their share prices rise. The sector as a whole, however, was pulled-down by China. Chris Sleight reports

CONEXPO PREVIEW
Already fast-approaching is the record breaking 2014 ConExpo, the big exhibition of the year in the USA. If you have not already done so then start arranging your visit now. IC’s preview outlines the basics

SPECIALIZED TRANSPORT NEWS
A roundup of news from the sector

ROPES AND WINCHES
Modern construction projects are driving change in the design and function of ropes and winches throughout the lifting industry. Laura Hatton investigates

INTERVIEW
Jan van Seumeren Junior and his team at Re-Move based in the Netherlands are passionate about their crane and transport business. Alex Dahm talked to them about the business model and what makes it different

THE KNOWLEDGE
Following on from and linked to the centre of gravity topic from last month’s article, is this month’s equally important subject of weighing a load. Marco van Daal reports

CERTIFICATION
For certification to work, any associated operator training needs to be adequate, appropriate and affordable. Laura Hatton investigates certification and why it is so important

CRANE CONFIDENCE SURVEY
This year’s confidence survey of companies involved in crane rental reveals a more positive outlook on prospects for the industry in 2014. IC reports

ESTA NEWS
News from the European Association of Abnormal Road Transport and Mobile Cranes

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

BACK PAGE
People news, events diary, and picture of the month

SC&RA COMMENT
Comment from Joel Dandrea, SC7RA executive vice president

Sc&RA NEWS
The 2014 Specialized Transport Sumposium in Mar
read more read less
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