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Terex helps with temple repairs


where the World Monuments Fund (WMF) is heading a conservation programme. To aid the restoration, WMF decided the best way to access the damaged areas of the shrine was to deploy a self-erecting tower crane for lifting and placing materials. According to Ben Haley, WFM communications manager: “The WMF opted to invest in a Terex CBR 24 Plus which can be erected quickly and easily and allows us to lift the stone blocks and other materials up to a maximum of two tonnes or up to its maximum radius of 24 m.” Meanwhile, Terex recently delivered a 650-tonne lift capacity Superlift 3800 lattice boom crawler crane to Germany based


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erex has deployed its CBR self-erecting tower crane to help sensitive restoration works at Angkor Wat temple in Cambodia (pictured),


specialised crane operator Steil Kranarbeiten. The equipment was immediately deployed to work on a wind farm project at Gödenroth in the Rhineland-Palatinate region of Germany.


Wagenborg adds crawler crane


Nedlift has taken delivery of a new 750-tonne capacity Liebherr LR1750 crawler crane. The equipment will be utilised on large construction


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etherlands based heavy transport and lifting specialist Wagenborg


projects in the power industry, the petrochemical industry and on offshore wind power projects. Equipped with main boom, luffing jib and derrick mast the crane is able to carry out ultra-heavy lifts when in a super lift configuration.


Albert acquires Liebherr muscle


lbert Regel, the heavy transport and crane contractor based in


Baunatal, Germany, has taken delivery of the first-ever Liebherr LTR 1220 telescopic crawler crane to leave the assembly line. The 220-tonne capacity


crane was delivered in June 2013 and was immediately put to work on the construction of a prefabricated concrete building. Onsite the LTR 1220 hoisted loads of up to 21 tonnes and helped position components at a radius of 55 m.


MAX unveils step frame trailer


AX Trailer – a subsidiary of Luxembourg based Faymonville Group – has added a new model to its fleet. The MAX 300 is a step


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frame trailer with three-axles and ramps designed for the transport of small to


medium-sized plant machinery and vehicles.


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DLT wins jacking tower contract from China UK headquartered Dorman Long Technology (DLT) has been awarded a contract by Henan Province based China Petroleum First Construction Company for the design and supply of a modular jacking tower system that will be used for the erection of petrochemical vessels weighing up to 5,000 tonnes and measuring up to 160 m tall.


Nicolas delivers ESPT-H to Rio shipyard Heavy equipment manufacturer Nicolas, a division of the TII Group, has supplied an ESPT-H self-propelled transporter to Odebrecht Defesa e Tecnologia shipyard in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The ESPT-H, which has a 20-tonne payload, has been designed to operate for up to eight hours, independent of any power supply. It measures 8 m long and 2.5 m wide and has a steering angle of 220º.


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