Liebherr installs bridge in area struck by disaster

The Bielefeld branch of the Federal Agency for Technical Relief (THW) has hoisted a 46 tonne temporary prefabricated bridge over the River Erft replacing the bridge that was destroyed and washed away by the severe flooding in summer 2021. THW Bielefeld has provided a solution in the Euskirchen suburb of Roitzheim in the form of …

Comansa cranes help join together two Philippine Island

Two Comansa 21LC660 tower cranes from the 2100 series are currently working on the construction of the cable-stayed bridge which will join Cebu City, the second largest city of Philippines, and Mactan Island, where the international airport that serves the city is located. Thanks to this new bridge, the journey time will be reduced by …

I & H Kran puts new AC 100-4L
and AC 220-5 all terrain cranes into operation

The new AC 100-4L and AC 220-5 all terrain cranes of the German crane service provider I & H Kran has been put into operation. Site Manager Nils Laumann, who works at Rötha-based I & H Kran Transport Montageservice GmbH commented on the purchase: “Among the many factors that won us over when it came …

Schuch prepares to face future challenges with Liebherr

Crane and heavy haulage contractor Schuch, which has several outlets in the Rhine-Main and Rhine-Neckar conurbations, has ordered 15 new mobile cranes from Liebherr with lifting capacities between 90 and 750 tonnes. The company is readying itself to face current and future challenges on the market by means of continuous new and replacement purchases as …

AVI Cranes orders Haulotte lifting equipment

AVI Cranes, one of the largest powered access specialists in Israel, has ordered 55 Haulotte aerial work platforms, including STAR 6 vertical masts, Optimum 8 electric scissor lifts, a HA20 LE PRO all-terrain electric articulating boom and a HT43 RTJ PRO telescopic boom. The Haulotte Africa subsidiary provided a customized training to AVI Cranes technicians …

Allelys delivers components for Keith Substation

Allelys recently completed the delivery of two 199te rotors and two 62te stators for Keith Substation in Scotland. The components were delivered in two phases, two months apart with one rotor and one stator being transported and installed during each phase. All four units were transported from Rugby and transported 120 miles to Goole Port.  …