A package of 25 new Liebherr cranes is coming to the ALL Family of Companies throughout 2022. Perhaps the most highly anticipated is the Liebherr LR 11000 lattice boom crawler crane, which becomes the largest crane in the ALL fleet.
C.D. Perry of Troy, N.Y., started its search for a new crane looking to fill the gap between their current 110-ton lattice boom crawler and it 200-ton lattice boom crawler.
Manitowoc's longstanding relationship with the International Union of Operating Engineers (IUOE) is further cemented with the delivery of a new MLC150-1 lattice-boom crawler crane to the IUOE's International Training & Education Center in Crosby, Texas.
Manitowoc has added an eighth model to its telescoping crawler crane range in the Americas. Featuring a capacity of 85 tons and the longest boom of its class, the Grove GHC85 is positioned in the middle of Grove's range of telecrawlers.
Choosing a crane for a construction project is usually a matter of finding the right tool for the job.
North Carolina has a rich naval tradition. In fact, the very name tar heel — a nickname for a North Carolina native — comes from early workers in the naval industry who got sticky feet from working with distilled turpentine from the sap of pine trees and burned pine boughs to produce tar and pitch.
Dubai Expo 2020, currently hosted in the United Arab Emirates, is a six-month event showcasing architecture, global culture and innovation that will bring together participants from 192 countries and six continents.
Todd Strande, division manager of Manhattan Road & Bridge and self-proclaimed crawler enthusiast, was sold on the Manitowoc MLC100-1 at first sight when he visited the Manitowoc Cranes factory in late 2019.
Built by BESIX Construct LLC, a Middle Eastern subsidiary of a Belgian company BESIX, the Infinity Bridge (formerly Al Shindagha bridge) is distinguished by its unique architectural design inspired by the concept of infinity.
The 660 ton (600 t) LR 1600/2 crawler crane is being removed from the Liebherr crawler crane portfolio.