ASIA

Grove cranes spark interest in Thailand

Grove cranes spark interest in Thailand

The Grove GMK2035E all-terrain crane's mobility, among other factors, has driven Thailand's Provincial Electricity Authority (PEA) to grow its fleet of cranes.

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Demag AC 220-5 makes its Asian debut

Demag AC 220-5 makes its Asian debut

Following a brand relaunch early last year, the Demag AC 220-5 all-terrain crane has made its debut in Asia.

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Asia Pac expected to push mobile cranes market

Asia Pac expected to push mobile cranes market

The mobile cranes market in the North America region is forecasted to grow at a snail's pace between 2016 and 2026 but the good news is growth is expected in the Asia Pacific excluding Japan (APEJ) region.

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Inside Construction is taking a break

Inside Construction is taking a break

Inside Construction is wrapping up for Christmas (pun completely intended) on Thursday, December 22 and will resume publishing on Wednesday, January 4.

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Asia Pacific: countries at the tipping point

Asia Pacific: countries at the tipping point

The Asia Pacific region is primed for growth when it comes to the use of aerial work platforms (AWPs), with several mature countries and many countries right at the tipping point of general acceptance.

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Gaylin opens a new facility in South Korea

Gaylin opens a new facility in South Korea

Singapore-headquartered Gaylin, a specialist supplier of lifting, rigging and marine equipment - primarily to the oil and gas industry, has opened a new facility in Busan, South Korea.

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In conversation with Manitowoc's David Semple

In conversation with Manitowoc's David Semple

There wouldn't be many operators in the crane sector that haven't worked with Manitowoc or even own one of their cranes. It's a respected brand and a household name in the sector.

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Safety rope a lifesaver

Safety rope a lifesaver

A construction worker in eastern China has survived a fall from a crane thanks to a single safety rope.

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The rising popularity of MEWPs in Asia

The rising popularity of MEWPs in Asia

If you grew up in Asia like I did, seeing tradies scale towering timber scaffoldings, and later, metal cages at a construction site was a common sight. Not anymore. Mobile elevated work platforms (MEWPs) have replaced these rickety structures and continue to gain popularity across South East Asia.

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Comansa launches new crane at bauma

Comansa launches new crane at bauma

Comansa launched its first luffing-jib tower crane, named CML190, at bauma China recently.

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