Monthly Archives

August 2019

All set for “Road Construction 4.0”

Digital planning, dynamic control, sustainable improvement – the demands on road construction projects are on the rise all over the world. A pilot project before the gates of Stuttgart now illustrates the form that the job site of the…

Versatile machines to face any challenges

Haulotte Germany has delivered 60 PULSEO Generation electric mobile elevating platforms since the Group launched the HA20 LE and HA20 LE PRO. The German rental companies value its high productivity and its eco-responsibility. Customers…

First mobile tower crane from Liebherr turns 70

The construction workers had to manually load stones, mortar, cement or bricks from the trucks for building apartments and industrial facilities. Because in postwar Germany there were very few cranes and the few that existed were made from…

Rolls-Royce Power Systems

Rolls-Royce Power Systems, a division of Rolls-Royce plc., provides pioneering, integrated solutions for the marine & infrastructure sectors and focuses on digitalisation and electrification. To keep drive power permanently available,…

New Zealand’s first Liebherr mobile construction crane

The New Zealand crane operator Hi Lift Cranes has acquired an MK 88 Plus mobile construction crane, making it the first ever Liebherr mobile construction crane in New Zealand. Handover of the mobile construction crane took place in late…

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