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Int. Cranes and Specialized Transp Magazine August 2013 Back Issue

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NEWS
Manitowoc crane sales up 7.6 %, Up 3 % at Terex Cranes, Taiyuan Heavy builds 6,400 tonne lifter, Sales up 21 % at Kobelco Cranes, Largest rough terrain new from Tadano, World record for Liebherr 3,000 tonner, More speakers for International Tower Cranes 2013.

BUSINESS
The stock markets resumed their climb in July, but it was all the share index could do to stand still, thanks to weakness in China. Chris Sleight reports.

TRANSPORT 50
International Cranes and Specialized Transport's 2013 Transport 50 list of the world’s largest specialized transport companies. IC reports.

SITE REPORT
Specialist US lifting contractor Buckner used a 600 tonne capacity narrow track Terex crawler to erect
wind turbines in Hawaii. IC reports.

TRANSPORT PROJECT NEWS
A roundup of news and projects from the sector.

TRANSPORT PRODUCT NEWS
An impressive number of new specialized trailers have entered the market this year. IC takes a look at some new models.

THE KNOWLEDGE
Marco van Daal explains the various types of specialized transport equipment and the terminology used in its reference.

INTERVIEW
Chris Sleight interviews Hiab’s new senior vice president for global markets, Carl Gustaf Göransson.

SPECIALIZED TRANSPORT REPORT
Trees and lamp posts were just some of the challenges facing Mammoet when it transported a 450 tonne
load along UK roads. David Weston reports.

OPERATOR TRAINING
As technology progresses, crane simulators are becoming a popular choice for operator training. Laura Hatton finds out more.

SPECIALIZED TRANSPORT REPORT
Specialist lifting contractor Hubert Wiemann Autokrane faced numerous challenges during a refurbishment project on a swimming pool and spa complex in Sinsheim, Germany.

SITE REPORT
Heavy transport service provider Behala, had to come up with a different method of transport to move gas turbines from the Siemens plant in Moabit into Westhafen, Berlin. IC reports.

SC&RA COMMENT
Comment from Joel Dandrea, SC&RA executive vice president.
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August 2013 NEWS Manitowoc crane sales up 7.6 %, Up 3 % at Terex Cranes, Taiyuan Heavy builds 6,400 tonne lifter, Sales up 21 % at Kobelco Cranes, Largest rough terrain new from Tadano, World record for Liebherr 3,000 tonner, More speakers for International Tower Cranes 2013. BUSINESS The stock markets resumed their climb in July, but it was all the share index could do to stand still, thanks to weakness in China. Chris Sleight reports. TRANSPORT 50 International Cranes and Specialized Transport's 2013 Transport 50 list of the world’s largest specialized transport companies. IC reports. SITE REPORT Specialist US lifting contractor Buckner used a 600 tonne capacity narrow track Terex crawler to erect wind turbines in Hawaii. IC reports. TRANSPORT PROJECT NEWS A roundup of news and projects from the sector. TRANSPORT PRODUCT NEWS An impressive number of new specialized trailers have entered the market this year. IC takes a look at some new models. THE KNOWLEDGE Marco van Daal explains the various types of specialized transport equipment and the terminology used in its reference. INTERVIEW Chris Sleight interviews Hiab’s new senior vice president for global markets, Carl Gustaf Göransson. SPECIALIZED TRANSPORT REPORT Trees and lamp posts were just some of the challenges facing Mammoet when it transported a 450 tonne load along UK roads. David Weston reports. OPERATOR TRAINING As technology progresses, crane simulators are becoming a popular choice for operator training. Laura Hatton finds out more. SPECIALIZED TRANSPORT REPORT Specialist lifting contractor Hubert Wiemann Autokrane faced numerous challenges during a refurbishment project on a swimming pool and spa complex in Sinsheim, Germany. SITE REPORT Heavy transport service provider Behala, had to come up with a different method of transport to move gas turbines from the Siemens plant in Moabit into Westhafen, Berlin. IC reports. SC&RA COMMENT Comment from Joel Dandrea, SC&RA executive vice president.


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NEWS
Manitowoc crane sales up 7.6 %, Up 3 % at Terex Cranes, Taiyuan Heavy builds 6,400 tonne lifter, Sales up 21 % at Kobelco Cranes, Largest rough terrain new from Tadano, World record for Liebherr 3,000 tonner, More speakers for International Tower Cranes 2013.

BUSINESS
The stock markets resumed their climb in July, but it was all the share index could do to stand still, thanks to weakness in China. Chris Sleight reports.

TRANSPORT 50
International Cranes and Specialized Transport's 2013 Transport 50 list of the world’s largest specialized transport companies. IC reports.

SITE REPORT
Specialist US lifting contractor Buckner used a 600 tonne capacity narrow track Terex crawler to erect
wind turbines in Hawaii. IC reports.

TRANSPORT PROJECT NEWS
A roundup of news and projects from the sector.

TRANSPORT PRODUCT NEWS
An impressive number of new specialized trailers have entered the market this year. IC takes a look at some new models.

THE KNOWLEDGE
Marco van Daal explains the various types of specialized transport equipment and the terminology used in its reference.

INTERVIEW
Chris Sleight interviews Hiab’s new senior vice president for global markets, Carl Gustaf Göransson.

SPECIALIZED TRANSPORT REPORT
Trees and lamp posts were just some of the challenges facing Mammoet when it transported a 450 tonne
load along UK roads. David Weston reports.

OPERATOR TRAINING
As technology progresses, crane simulators are becoming a popular choice for operator training. Laura Hatton finds out more.

SPECIALIZED TRANSPORT REPORT
Specialist lifting contractor Hubert Wiemann Autokrane faced numerous challenges during a refurbishment project on a swimming pool and spa complex in Sinsheim, Germany.

SITE REPORT
Heavy transport service provider Behala, had to come up with a different method of transport to move gas turbines from the Siemens plant in Moabit into Westhafen, Berlin. IC reports.

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