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American Cranes & Transport  |  June 2013  


NEWS
Manitex introduces 70-tonner; final spire erected on Freedom Tower; Omega Morgan convoy attracts Colorado crowds; and more.

BAUMA REVIEW
A recap of what happened.

BUSINESS NEWS
Chris Sleight reports that despite the Dow surpassing 5,000, ACT’s HEI disappoints.

SAFETY/TRAINING
Daniel Erwin reports that companies are forced to record more injuries.

CERTIFICATION NEWS
OSHA confirms industry opposition to capacity testing; Lift Safety Zone returns at ICUEE.

ECONOMIC CONFIDENCE REPORT
Finally a bump in business activity/optimism.

RIGGING REVIEW
Ron Kohner discusses that it is never okay to exceed a crane’s load chart.

INTERVIEW: BOB HUND
Bob Hund is a savvy executive who cares deeply about Manitowoc’s people and products.

PRODUCT FOCUS: ALL TERRAIN CRANES
Lindsey Anderson reports on moves in the AT market.

ACT100
North America’s largest crane-owning companies

INDUSTRY FOCUS: FLEET MANAGEMENT
Stan Orr discusses how asset managers can turn equipment fleets into profit centers.

TECHNOLOGY UPDATE: OPERATOR AIDS
Lindsey Anderson reports on new crane operator aids.

SITE REPORT: LIFTING
After some wrangling, the controversial WWII ‘kissing’ sculpture finds a new home.

SITE REPORT: RIGGING
Julian Leek reports on how Beyel Bros. Crane & Rigging removed a large overhead crane from NASA’s VAB.

SITE REPORT: TRANSPORT
Tradelossa moves huge boilers to the Port of Altamira, Mexico.

PEOPLE & EVENTS
TNT names president, ESTA a major success; and more.

COMMENT
Understanding and accepting the millennial generation will empower us all.

NEWS
Tim Hillegonds presents a recap of the SC&RA Annual Conference.

RISK MANAGEMENT
Michelle Lorenz reports on citations related to failure to maintain a 20-foot working radius from power lines.
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   |   June 2013   


NEWS
Manitex introduces 70-tonner; final spire erected on Freedom Tower; Omega Morgan convoy attracts Colorado crowds; and more.

BAUMA REVIEW
A recap of what happened.

BUSINESS NEWS
Chris Sleight reports that despite the Dow surpassing 5,000, ACT’s HEI disappoints.

SAFETY/TRAINING
Daniel Erwin reports that companies are forced to record more injuries.

CERTIFICATION NEWS
OSHA confirms industry opposition to capacity testing; Lift Safety Zone returns at ICUEE.

ECONOMIC CONFIDENCE REPORT
Finally a bump in business activity/optimism.

RIGGING REVIEW
Ron Kohner discusses that it is never okay to exceed a crane’s load chart.

INTERVIEW: BOB HUND
Bob Hund is a savvy executive who cares deeply about Manitowoc’s people and products.

PRODUCT FOCUS: ALL TERRAIN CRANES
Lindsey Anderson reports on moves in the AT market.

ACT100
North America’s largest crane-owning companies

INDUSTRY FOCUS: FLEET MANAGEMENT
Stan Orr discusses how asset managers can turn equipment fleets into profit centers.

TECHNOLOGY UPDATE: OPERATOR AIDS
Lindsey Anderson reports on new crane operator aids.

SITE REPORT: LIFTING
After some wrangling, the controversial WWII ‘kissing’ sculpture finds a new home.

SITE REPORT: RIGGING
Julian Leek reports on how Beyel Bros. Crane & Rigging removed a large overhead crane from NASA’s VAB.

SITE REPORT: TRANSPORT
Tradelossa moves huge boilers to the Port of Altamira, Mexico.

PEOPLE & EVENTS
TNT names president, ESTA a major success; and more.

COMMENT
Understanding and accepting the millennial generation will empower us all.

NEWS
Tim Hillegonds presents a recap of the SC&RA Annual Conference.

RISK MANAGEMENT
Michelle Lorenz reports on citations related to failure to maintain a 20-foot working radius from power lines.
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You'll receive 12 issues during a 1 year American Cranes & Transport magazine print subscription.
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