LHI March 2022

Face Time: The Crosby Group’s Cor de Kruijf changed the way lifting clamps are used forever – but it was a team effort, he insists.

The new apprenticeship scheme for lifting equipment engineers, now ‘live’ in England, is based firmly around the needs and expectations of the industry and those going into it says, Ross Moloney, CEO of the LEEA, and chair of the Association, Kat Moss.

The UK equipment rental sector was out in force at the Executive Hire Show in February. We caught up with some of the key exhibitors from the lifting equipment industry.

Demag designs and implements automatic cranes for flexible and fast paper roll handling at Norske Skog’s plant in Golbey.

Autec offers numerous remote control options to suit the applications of its customers – we look at some of the company’s latest developments.

The Caldwell Group Inc has customised a 2500lb capacity transport cradle for Intuitive Machines’ lunar lander, Nova-C, that will land on the Moon later this year.

Compact and push-around lifts can provide productivity and safety benefits over scaffold, podiums and steps. Dan Jenkins takes a look at a buoyant sector of the MEWP market.

The Insider: Joel Cox of Dellner Bubenzer on the importance installing emergency brakes – but it’s been a long time coming, says Joel Cox of Dellner Bubenzer USA.

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