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  • USITC judge upholds Manitowoc complaint against Sany

    The case relates to the two companies' competing floating counterweight systems. Manitowoc claims that Sany's system used on its SCC8500 infringes on a patent, US 7,546,928, relating to a mobile lift crane with variable position counterweight. The system was implemented by Manitowoc on its Model 31000, and later on its...

  • New Irish crane hire firm adds Liebherrs

    BCS (Bill Cussen and Sons) recently set up operations in Limerick, Southern Ireland, following a management split at Cussen & Co Crane Hire which has seen the Cussen family pull out and set up on their own.

    BCS said the addition of the cranes...

  • Manitowoc and Link-Belt help students park

    Crane Rental Corporation provided two 300t Manitowoc 2250 crawlers and a 200t Link-Belt HC-248H5 for the project, which involved lifting more than 2,600 prefabricated concrete components. The heaviest component was a 74,000-pound shear wall.

    The Manitowoc cranes had 100ft of main boom and 100ft of luffing jib, while the...

  • Stephenson Equipment expands National Crane coverage

    The expansion means all five of Stephenson's full service Pennsylvania locations now represent National Crane.

    Dennis Heller, president and CEO of Stephenson Equipment, said: "Extending our footprint from Philadelphia to Ohio will help us to better serve the natural gas, construction and power industries."

    Mr Heller said it...