CRANES & LIFTING

Tat Hong reports improved performance

Singapore-based crane company Tat Hong has posted an improvement in its first quarter revenue, reporting better margins from its distribution division in Australia.

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Effortless lifting solution launched

Pronal's interlocking stackable heavy lift cushions will soon land on our shores.

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A journey of innovation

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North America's largest equipment rental company - United Rentals - celebrates its 20th anniversary this year. Today, the company has 893 branches in the US and Canada and its 2017 revenue forecast sits at US$6 billion (AU$7.94 billion). Technology is at the forefront of the company's growth strategy and its journey of growth is not only inspiring, it offers lessons to operators and companies here in Australia.

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Raimondi Cranes appoints HLD as official NZ agent

Raimondi Cranes have announced the appointment of Heavy Lift Designs (HLD) as the official agent of New Zealand. HLD will be servicing both the North and South Islands from their newly established NZ headquarters in Wellington.

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Giants race against time to build refinery and petrochemical plants

Three of Mammoet's largest cranes will work together to ensure Petroliam Nasional Berhad's (PETRONAS) Pengerang Integrated Complex (PIC) is operational by 2019.

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Terex bounces back to profit with second quarter 2017 results

Terex Cranes has reported a positive second quarter in terms of profits and order intake, with income from continuing operations of $95.4 million, or $0.98 per share, on net sales of $1.2 billion.

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 Heavy haulage specialist grows

A WA transport and logistics company is expecting growth in Queensland's mining, resources and infrastructure sectors over the next 18 months. To tap into these opportunities, the company has not only set up shop in the Sunshine state, it has also expanded its network across the eastern seaboard.

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First in, best dressed

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In our second instalment of the all-new High on cranes section, Cranes and Lifting speaks to Quick Access, an early adopter that has taken delivery of a number of firsts in Victoria, including the Genie SX-180 self-propelled boom lift.

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Crane collapses in Wolli Creek; residents left stranded

A crane that collapsed on the weekend into an apartment block in Wolli Creek in Sydney's south has left up to 200 people homeless.

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Liebherr strengthens Australia maritime business

Liebherr is expanding its business in Australia, New Zealand, and the Pacific Islands.

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