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Grasping OIL Needs… From the Derrick to the Doghouse and More →

In less than six months, Brady Crane Service of Healdton, Okla., has logged more than 560 hours on its new Link-Belt 120-ton (110-t) TCC-1200 telescopic crawler crane.

An Eye on Rigging Gear: Complacency Equals the Enemy →

Last year, ASME revised its Slings standard to not only include an outline of rigger responsibilities, but guidelines on inspecting slings in special service.

Antsy for ANSI? Here's What You Need to Know About the New Standards →

With just a few months to go before the new ANSI A92 standards are officially in effect, the access industry is still in preparation mode.

Grove TMS500-2 Assists Helicopter to Install Antenna on Radio Tower in Maryland →

Digging & Rigging, a crane and rigging company based out of Mount Airy, Md., deployed a Grove TMS500-2 truck crane to assist a helicopter with the installation of a new radio tower in Clear Spring, Md.

Liebherr Crawler Crane LR 11000 Between Ironman and Surfers in Hawaii →

A Liebherr LR 11000 crawler crane from the fleet of Buckner HeavyLift Cranes is currently in use in Hawaii.

New Signs Placed On High-Bay Warehouse at Dinglerstrasse →

The name change from "Terex Demag" to "Tadano Demag" took visible form on September 7th. More specifically, the signage on the high-bay warehouse at Dinglerstraße was replaced and all instances of the "Terex" logo were changed to "Tadano", and all with a Demag crane — as befits the company, of course.

Cranes Continue HOT Streak … and Not Just in Seattle →

Though Seattle has led the United States in tower crane numbers for three years now, utilization in this particular crane sector is moving at a good clip all across the country.