Vancouver Neptune Terminal Export Facility Gets a Boost from Sarens

Neptune Terminal Export Facility Gets A Boost From Sarens

Sarens is pleased to be involved in the Neptune Terminals expansion project at the Port of Vancouver. Neptune Terminals, which bulk ships Canadian commodities to global markets, is improving its rail-based system to quadruple its annual coal export capacity. Since late 2018, Sarens has been working on the expansion project on behalf of its client, … Read more

Konecranes completes MHE Demag deal

Konecranes Completes Mhe Demag Deal

Port and overhead manufacturer Konecranes has acquired the remaining 50 per cent of its overhead/industrial crane joint venture, MHE-Demag, for approximately €147 million. Established as a joint venture between Demag Cranes and Jebsen & Jessen in 1986, Singapore based MHE-Demag provides industrial cranes, hoists and services throughout Southeast Asia under the MHE and Demag brands. … Read more

Caldwell supplies customised beam for BAS

Caldwell Lifting Beam Bas

The Caldwell Group has designed and manufactured a customised 46-tonne capacity lifting beam for the latest phase of the wharf modernisation at British Antarctic Survey’s (BAS) Rothera Research Station. Equipped with two wire rope slings, the model 24S-46t-315 adjustable lifting beam will be used to lift a total of 20 wharf frames, the lightest of … Read more

Gottwald Mobile harbour crane arrive in Brownsville

Gottwald Mobile Harbour Crane Arrive In Brownsville

The Brownsville Navigation District ordered the Konecranes Gottwald Model 6 mobile harbour cranes in June 2019 to increase the port’s on-dock lifting capacity due to higher demands of cargo volumes. BBC Chartering’s multipurpose BBC Asia has helped to deliver the crane to the port in Texas. “These cranes are one of the latest investments by … Read more

Sennebogen supports works for future district cooling plant in France

Sennebogen 630R-HD supports works for future district cooling plant in France

Climate change can also be felt in the cities, which is why more and more public institutions in the city centre are operating a district cooling network. It provides cool air in buildings and uses natural cold sources such as groundwater or sewage. At the Mouton Duvernet metro station, a hub of the French transport … Read more

Sennebogen 655E HD – The green solution for gravel extraction

Sennebogen 655e Hd Green Solution For Gravel Extraction

Sales and service partner IBS Industrie- u. Baumaschinen Service GmbH once again delivered a Sennebogen duty cycle crane to the customer Karl Mossandl GmbH & Co. The Lower Bavarian company uses the 655 E to extract gravel and empty the immersion basin. Karl Mossandl GmbH & Co. is a company active in the field of … Read more

Liebherr journey into the eternal ice

Liebherr Antarctic Crane Defreeze News

14,400 kilometres, 53 days and 4 different ships: it took a few strokes of logistical genius to transport a mobile crane to its destination on Earth’s southernmost continent. This is how it all began. It’s December, 21st 2017. Three days before the Christmas holiday, Schmidbauer, a system service provider of crane technologies, receives an order … Read more

SECH starts on harbour project

Specialist rental company SECH is using its Kobelco CKE3000G crawler crane on its first major lifting and foundations contract in Portsmouth Harbour, having arrived at the site by barge in November. It is the largest Kobelco CKE series crawler working in Europe, the Japanese manufacturer said. The Knights Brown project is a £19 million (US$ … Read more

Felbermayr orders 10 Demag AC 45 City cranes

Demag Ac 45 City Felbermayr

Orders of this magnitude are far from normal in the crane industry. Felbermayr from Wels, Austria, has ordered ten Demag® AC 45 City cranes, the first two of which have now been delivered. “In our opinion, the Demag AC 45 City is a good choice in many areas,” says the crane department at Felbermayr, explaining … Read more