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American Cranes & Transport Magazine May 2016 Back Issue

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REVIEW: BAUMA 2016
A quick review of the Bauma 2016 top headlines with a promise of extended coverage in our June issue.

2GUEST COMMENT
Chip Pocock makes a good point: We cannot control the wind.

RIGGING REVIEW
Jim Wiethorn and Peter Juhren discuss what really happens when tower cranes operate in wind.

INTERVIEW
New SC&RA President John McTyre talks to Mike Chalmers about his
“semi-retirement” and his aspirations for the association.

PRODUCT FOCUS: BOOM TRUCKS
Sarah Fowler reports that boom trucks are ‘in and out’ lifting solutions.

REGIONAL REPORT: CANADA
Hal Lundgren discusses the crane and specialized transport market in Canada and why everyone is still optimistic.

SITE REPORT: TRANSPORT
Seven huge transformers made a safe multimodal journey thanks to engineering and project management provided by Contractors Cargo.

SITE REPORT: LIFTING
Mortenson Construction and Bigge Crane & Rigging have teamed up with a Manitowoc MLC650 and developed a new way to erect wind towers.
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American Cranes & Transport

May 2016 REVIEW: BAUMA 2016 A quick review of the Bauma 2016 top headlines with a promise of extended coverage in our June issue. 2GUEST COMMENT Chip Pocock makes a good point: We cannot control the wind. RIGGING REVIEW Jim Wiethorn and Peter Juhren discuss what really happens when tower cranes operate in wind. INTERVIEW New SC&RA President John McTyre talks to Mike Chalmers about his “semi-retirement” and his aspirations for the association. PRODUCT FOCUS: BOOM TRUCKS Sarah Fowler reports that boom trucks are ‘in and out’ lifting solutions. REGIONAL REPORT: CANADA Hal Lundgren discusses the crane and specialized transport market in Canada and why everyone is still optimistic. SITE REPORT: TRANSPORT Seven huge transformers made a safe multimodal journey thanks to engineering and project management provided by Contractors Cargo. SITE REPORT: LIFTING Mortenson Construction and Bigge Crane & Rigging have teamed up with a Manitowoc MLC650 and developed a new way to erect wind towers.


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American Cranes & Transport  |  May 2016  


REVIEW: BAUMA 2016
A quick review of the Bauma 2016 top headlines with a promise of extended coverage in our June issue.

2GUEST COMMENT
Chip Pocock makes a good point: We cannot control the wind.

RIGGING REVIEW
Jim Wiethorn and Peter Juhren discuss what really happens when tower cranes operate in wind.

INTERVIEW
New SC&RA President John McTyre talks to Mike Chalmers about his
“semi-retirement” and his aspirations for the association.

PRODUCT FOCUS: BOOM TRUCKS
Sarah Fowler reports that boom trucks are ‘in and out’ lifting solutions.

REGIONAL REPORT: CANADA
Hal Lundgren discusses the crane and specialized transport market in Canada and why everyone is still optimistic.

SITE REPORT: TRANSPORT
Seven huge transformers made a safe multimodal journey thanks to engineering and project management provided by Contractors Cargo.

SITE REPORT: LIFTING
Mortenson Construction and Bigge Crane & Rigging have teamed up with a Manitowoc MLC650 and developed a new way to erect wind towers.
read more read less
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