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Int. Cranes & Specialized Transp  |  November 2013  


NEWS
Manitowoc Q3 growth in double figures, Mammoet launches heavy lift terminal crane, Soft market hits Terex Cranes, Bay takes Enterprise on final journey, TNT sold to First Reserve, Liebherr in the Black Sea

BUSINESS
The partial US government shutdown in October did not bother the stock markets, with many indicators eking out small gains. Chris Sleight reports

ROUGH TERRAINS
Rough terrain cranes are undergoing some major design changes as they start to take on jobs that are traditionally more suited to other crane types. Laura Hatton finds out more

SPMT
Manufacturers are producing products that are compatible and capable of operating on a range of different work sites. Laura Hatton finds out more about this versatile equipment

SPECIALIZED TRANSPORT NEWS
A roundup of news from the sector

SPECIALIZED TRANSPORT
Kübler Spedition overcame a series of challenges to move a section of an Airbus A 380 aircraft from Dresden to Hamburg in Germany

WCTS 2013 REVIEW
Around 270 industry professionals attended the third World Crane and Transport Summit in Amsterdam, Netherlands, last month. IC reports

THE KNOWLEDGE
Last month’s article covered alternative moving techniques. This month attention turns to some alternative methods of lifting heavy loads. Marco van Daal reports

ICm20
While this year’s ICm20 ranking of the largest crane manufacturers is up overall on 2012, there is a mixed bag of increases and decreases among manufacturers around the world. IC reports

BELOW THE HOOK
As the vital link between the crane and the load, below the hook equipment is safety critical. Laura Hatton reports

SAFE VIEW
In addition to the need for universal safety standards, testing is another area in the below the hook equipment market that is generating debate. William Fiske from Tandemloc explains the issues

EQUIPMENT AND ACCESSORIES
A selection of equipment and accessories for all sectors of the lifting industry
International Cranes and Specialized Transport magazine is the first choice publication for news and features on the lifting and specialized transport industry.
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Int. Cranes & Specialized Transp   |   November 2013   


NEWS
Manitowoc Q3 growth in double figures, Mammoet launches heavy lift terminal crane, Soft market hits Terex Cranes, Bay takes Enterprise on final journey, TNT sold to First Reserve, Liebherr in the Black Sea

BUSINESS
The partial US government shutdown in October did not bother the stock markets, with many indicators eking out small gains. Chris Sleight reports

ROUGH TERRAINS
Rough terrain cranes are undergoing some major design changes as they start to take on jobs that are traditionally more suited to other crane types. Laura Hatton finds out more

SPMT
Manufacturers are producing products that are compatible and capable of operating on a range of different work sites. Laura Hatton finds out more about this versatile equipment

SPECIALIZED TRANSPORT NEWS
A roundup of news from the sector

SPECIALIZED TRANSPORT
Kübler Spedition overcame a series of challenges to move a section of an Airbus A 380 aircraft from Dresden to Hamburg in Germany

WCTS 2013 REVIEW
Around 270 industry professionals attended the third World Crane and Transport Summit in Amsterdam, Netherlands, last month. IC reports

THE KNOWLEDGE
Last month’s article covered alternative moving techniques. This month attention turns to some alternative methods of lifting heavy loads. Marco van Daal reports

ICm20
While this year’s ICm20 ranking of the largest crane manufacturers is up overall on 2012, there is a mixed bag of increases and decreases among manufacturers around the world. IC reports

BELOW THE HOOK
As the vital link between the crane and the load, below the hook equipment is safety critical. Laura Hatton reports

SAFE VIEW
In addition to the need for universal safety standards, testing is another area in the below the hook equipment market that is generating debate. William Fiske from Tandemloc explains the issues

EQUIPMENT AND ACCESSORIES
A selection of equipment and accessories for all sectors of the lifting industry
As a subscriber you'll receive the following benefits:

  A discount off the RRP of your magazine
  Your magazine delivered to your door each month
  You'll never miss an issue
  You’re protected from price rises that may happen later in the year
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You'll receive 12 issues during a 1 year Int. Cranes & Specialized Transp magazine print subscription.
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