Tadano Announces the retirement of Ron Dogotch, Sr. VP

"I take particular pride in being instrumental in the introduction of the Tadano brand cranes to the North American Market," states Dogotch. "It has been a great experience and I attribute our success to our exceptional business partners, who pioneered the product line, dedicated team at TAC, and our high quality product line."

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Terex Cranes back in profit

Total full year revenues were $1.19 billion, seven percent lower than in 2016, while the operating loss of $321.7 million was slashed to $17.8 million for the year. The company has not disclosed its backlog/order book yet but says that it is 70 percent up on the same point last year.

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Crane Supplier Sued Over Collapse in Hurricane Irma

L&R contends Maxim provided a crane that was “in an unreasonably dangerous condition” as it collapsed during the hurricane Sept. 10 even though wind speeds were far less than what the crane should have been able to withstand, according to the Feb. 2 complaint.

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Order intake soars at Manitowoc

Chief executive Barry Pennypacker said: “2017 was a pivotal year for Manitowoc. Despite a two percent decline in revenue we delivered a 313-basis point improvement in

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Trump’s halfhearted infrastructure plan

President Trump will unveil a long-awaited infrastructure plan on Monday with a lofty goal: to stimulate $1.5 trillion in new spending to modernize the nation’s transportation and public works systems.

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Nearly half of all construction worker deaths are fall-related, database finds

A recently created database allowed researchers to determine that, in a 33-year period, falls accounted for nearly half of all construction worker deaths – and more than half of the workers killed lacked access to

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