Singapore MOM wants to use datalogger to curb operators of dangerous lifting

There is a news published in the internet news today that singapoer’s Ministry of Manpower intended to use datalogger to make sure that operators stick to the safety rules. Data logger, which has a similar functions as Black Boxes in the airplanes are used to record data of the movement and activities during usage of … Read more

Crawler Crane Flipped Over at Construction Site Defu Lane 10

Even before the recovery of the Tower Crane at collapsed at National Art Gallery last week which left two workers dead and four others injured, another accident had happened again today at Defu Lane. The crawler tower crane collapsed at 1.30pm on 8th October, leaving the operator trapped inside the operator’s cabin. However, later news … Read more

Fuwa unveil new crawler crane range at Bauma

Fuwa will use Bauma China to launch the first models in a new crawler crane range from 55 to 285 tonnes capacity, which it plans to market worldwide. According to Dutch-born Hemmo Luijerink, who Fuwa put in charge of the project, the seven-model FWX range will feature a modular design principle, which will help deliver … Read more

Kobelco new S series for world markets.

Kobelco Cranes Co., Ltd. announces the launch of the S series of crawler cranes. Production of the new models for world markets, excluding Japan, Europe, and North America, commences from November 25, 2011. Comprising 10 models, the S series consists of crawler cranes from Kobelco’s popular CKS, BMS, and 7000S series. The cranes, with lifting … Read more

Kobelco unveils new crawler crane models for Europe & North America region

Kobelco has recently unveils their new line of crawler crane models with new engine emission standards to meet the requirements of European and North America markets. Besides being environmentally friendly as a part of their new products, Kobelco also crafted out a brand new type of crawler cranes based on end user and real jobsite … Read more