Tag: COVID-19

Tadano Demag Zweibrucken Factory

Tadano Demag restart production

Crane manufacturing will start again in Germany at the Tadano Demag factories in Lauf and Zweibrucken on 4 May. The production schedule will be adjusted

Ainscough Covid 19

Ainscough Crane Hire on COVID-19

UK mobile crane rental company Ainscough Crane Hire has been given Key Worker status for Critical National Infrastructure (CNI) assets, including National Grid, Network Rail,

Wim Sarens Covid 19

Wim Sarens on COVID-19

Sarens said the great majority of its projects worldwide were still open and that it hoped to see restrictions on other sites being lifted, as

Raimondi Topless Tower Crane at Aljada jobsite

Tower cranes safety during coronavirus

Safety advice has been issued by the Construction Plant-hire Association (CPA) on how to safely leave tower cranes out of service, potentially for several months,

Liebherr Lr1800 1.0 On Its First Load Test

Liebherr on Coronavirus

Crane and construction equipment manufacturer Liebherr has issued a statement in response to the impact of the Coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic worldwide. “All Liebherr companies worldwide

Boskalis Covid 19 Update 20200403

Boskalis issues Covid-19 update

Royal Boskalis Westminster has suspended crew and project staff rotations in response to the outbreak of COVID-19, but cargo is still moving. The Dutch offshore

Us Declared Crane And Transport As Essential Covid 19

Crane industry classed as ‘essential’

The US Department of Homeland Security has confirmed that the crane, rigging and specialised transport industry will be classed as ‘essential critical infrastructure’ during the

Siemens Offshore Wiind Turbine

Wind power giants ceased Spain operations

Two of the largest wind turbine manufacturers in Europe have ceased operations at their factories in Spain. Denmark’s Vestas, the world’s leading turbine maker, has

Manitex addresses COVID-19

Manufacturer Manitex International has provided an update to investors in response to the evolving COVID-19 virus pandemic. The company reports that production and deliveries were