Crane Machinery/Crushing Lifting
A striking new landmark in the Central Business District of Perth, Western Australia, is nearing com?pletion. Three Potain luffing jib cranes are playing an essential role in building the City Square Tower, or C2 project.
The first Manitowoc 16000 with wind attachment in India, is currently working on the huge Jasdan 100 MW project in Jasdan near Rajkot, Gujarat. As well as being the first crane of its kind in India, the Manitowoc 16000 is
Anupam Industries, in association with the leading European tower crane manufacturing company Alfa, part of the Finalfa group, Italy, provides world- class tower cranes apart from its own range of gantry cranes.
Terex Cranes' most recent delivery of a 600-tonne capacity class Terex CC 2800-1 crawler crane was marked with a ceremony when it was commissioned at Sanghvi Movers' facility in Sate, Pune, India. This was the twelfth crane delivery to Sanghvi as part of a multi-unit order placed in late 2010.
Palfinger will unveil its new truck loader stiff boom crane PS 13000 6.3 at Excon 2011. As the concept of truck loader cranes is increasingly gaining acce?p?tance in the Indian markets,
Dieseko successfully tested a series of vibroflots when densifying granular soil in Dubai at a temperature of +45oC approximately. In close co-operation with its client in Dubai, Dieseko conducted a number of tests in order to analyse the performance levels of its vibroflots in extreme circum?stances.
As a strategic move to position ourselves for the construction boom in India, DCS has recently added the tower crane division and the drilling/piling division to complement our existing business activities and broadened our services further to the construction sector, says Rajeev Kumar, Chief Executive Officer, DCS Crane Division.
Manitowoc's Grove mobile cranes create instant appeal in the cement and petrochemical industries. Indian crane rental companies have responded strongly to Manitowoc's latest six-axle all-terrain crane, the Grove GMK6300L,
Depending on the market demand, we are ready for more investment in terms of manufacturing facility expansion and manpower. India is seen as a prospective contender for setting up a dedicated manufacturing facility for knuckle boom cranes in the future, informs Subhmoy Ghosh, Managing Director, Palfinger India.