Crane Machinery/Crushing Lifting

Palfinger provides integrated solutions for loading, unloading and transporting

Palfinger truck loader cranes have set a very high standard in terms of product quality, technology used, operational/environ?mental safety and strong after service, difficult to match by any conventional pick and carry crane.

Terex cranes render the highest return on investment

Our objective is to help our customers succeed and be pro?fitable. Our objective is actually all about safety. For Terex, safety comes first, so we factor in safety at all stages of product development, says Martin Seibert, Head ? Cranes, India, Terex Cranes.

Manitowocs products are built to the highest possible standards

Manitowoc has more than a hundred years of experience in manufacturing cranes.Our global competence means we produce cranes of the highest quality that have a proven track record on an international scale.

Used crane without any restriction on age is a big danger from safety points

The market looked good in 2010-11 and 2011-12, but since April 2012, it is in decline. Shortage of floating money, difficulties in getting term loans, a payment crisis in the market, shortage of coal supply for new power plants, reduction in tax advantage in windmill investments etc.

Integrated Solutions

Today in India, the mobile crane market is largely oriented towards and segmented on the straight boom concept. At the lower end, it is the popular pick and carry cranes built on a tractor base, and at the higher end, it is the truck-mounted heavy duty cranes.

Safe and sound

Terex flat top CTT 181-182 and CTT 231-10 TS23 tower cranes at work in Mumbai's international airport. India's economic boom has seen many years of continued growth, and the country's air traffic volume has closely followed. In order to be able to handle the increasing number of passengers and meet the growing need for larger cargo volumes, the Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport in Mumbai has been undergoing a continuous process of expansion since 2006.

Young achiever

Sandeep Sukhija was all of nine years old when his father Sadanand Sukhija set up S Cranes Engineering. After completing his diploma in mechanical engineering, he formally entered the family business at the age of 20. At that time, the company had a turnover of about Rs 11 lakh per annum, a floor space of 3,000 sq ft and a team of six people. Sandeep soon took over the reins of the company, with a single-point agenda: to create a good facility that could turn out an excellent product.

Grove crane for Brazil's first monorail

A Grove GMK5220 all-terrain crane is at the centre of action, laying 70 T track beams across the project site. It's a massive project: the construction of a new monorail transportation network in Brazil. Before the first train can run, the first tracks must be laid. S?o Paulo-based lifting and logistics company Guindastec is laying the track, lifting and placing some 2,000 track beams on the ground

Sustainable products

SSAB plans to strengthen its position as a leading producer of high-strength steels, while developing the markets in North and Latin America and Asia through advanced offerings based on their cutting-edge expertise. SSAB's advanced high-strength steels provide stronger, lighter, and more durable solutions. This leads to a better total economy, reduced environmental impact and longer product lifespan.

Potain cranes for hotel construction

Patrinos Painting & Contracting, a contractor based in Bethel Park is using a Potain Igo 50 and a HDT 80 to construct the new Hyatt hotel in Pittsburgh.