Electric T and C models from Renault Trucks already available for pre-order

Renault Trucks has unveiled the models of its heavy-duty all-electric range. The Renault Trucks E-Tech T and C, which are the first to bear the manufacturer's new logo, will be produced in series at the Renault Trucks factory in Bourg-en-Bresse from 2023.  These new models, which are for regional distribution and construction, have a design …

Bolloré Logistics transports helicopter from France to Chile

Bolloré Logistics has recently delivered an H125 helicopter from France to Santiago de Chile. The 11 m squirrel is a versatile device suitable for business transport, medical evacuation, or urban and road surveillance.  The operation was carried out on behalf of Ecocopter (a rotorcraft operator based in Chile). The pick-up service from Marseille, the air …

Large order for Tadano all terrain cranes from Sarens

Sarens has placed an order for 24  Tadano all terrain cranes and Tadano E-Packs for their different European subsidiaries such as Belgium, Netherlands, France, Poland, and UK as well as for their Australian operations.   The order includes six units each of the Tadano AC 3.055-1, AC 4.080-1 and AC 5.130-1, three units AC 4.100-4L, …

Himoinsa supplies power to build largest bridge ever erected over the Danube

Himoinsa has supplied 15 generator sets capable of supplying more than 8 MW of power for the construction of a major section of the Pan-European Corridor IV, which runs from Dresden (Germany) to Istanbul (Turkey), providing four lanes, a single railway track, a cycle lane and two pedestrian footpaths.  The construction of the largest bridge ever …

Port of Arendal in Norway takes delivery of a new LHM 550

Port of Arendal, located  in the southern part of Norway between Larvik and Kristiansand, took a delivery of a new LHM 550 from Liebherr. With a lifting capacity of up to 144 tonnes, this mobile harbour crane offers the port the ability to support larger project and special cargo, as well as optimised bulk operations. …

RBTS from Scheuerle transport longest rotor blades available on the market

Heavy transport specialist P. Adams added three blade transport systems (RBTS) from TII Scheuerle to its fleet and has already mastered the first practical application with 83-metre-long blades. A total of 24 rotor blades had to be transported along the approximately 170-kilometre route from the port city of Uddevalla in western Sweden, where the wind …