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Palfinger down in Q1

A decline in sales has been posted by Palfinger, a leading manufacturer of hydraulic cranes, aerial work platforms and materials handling equipment. It is the first decline reported by the Austria-headquartered company in many years. Sales revenue was down 10.8 percent to €393.2 million, from €440.9 million in the first quarter of 2019. EBITDA was

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 to accommodate the fact that workers need to meet the social distancing requirements, the company explained. “We are alternating production shifts and adjusting the level of activity to ensure our

Pipelay By Sarens In Normandy France

Sarens pipelay in France

Sarens was commissioned by the client DFI to lift and place the 290m long heating pipeline in Normandy, France. This precision operation involved 9 cranes and careful execution by everyone on the ground. Sarens deployed nine telescopic cranes of 35t capacity each. Setting up the cranes and executing the lift was completed within a short

All Crane Shared Equipment Program

ALL Family of Companies announces its Shared Equipment Program (SEP), a new approach to equipment rental that can shave millions of dollars and many months off construction projects. Today’s construction job sites are evolving, and project owners demand partner companies that embrace new methods to drive down costs without negatively impacting quality. Here’s how it