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EQUIPMENTNEWS ROUND-UP


Van Beest begins brands merger N


etherlands-based Van Beest, which manufactures Tycan fibre chain, Excel chain fittings and Green Pin rope fittings, is


merging its Tycan and Excel brands into Green Pin, with immediate effect. Excel will cease to exist as a separate brand and Tycan will be used under the Green Pin umbrella as the name for all products related to fibre technology. In merging these brands, Van Beest says that


it is creating one premium brand – Green Pin – for all below-the-hook fittings. Van Beest acquired the Excel brand and


production facilities in 2007, and in 2017 obtained the Tycan brand through the acquisition of the Norwegian company Load Solutions.


Going forward, all Green Pin products related to fibre technology will be known as Green Pin Tycan.


Allspeeds launches Tangye Hydralite jacks U


K-headquartered Allspeeds has introduced the Tangye Hydralite aluminium jack series, which has a capacity ranging from 20-100 tonnes.


The lightweight and


compact jacks can be used for industrial lifting and jacking applications, ranging from shipbuilding to supporting bridges, industrial machinery movements and aerospace applications, said Allspeeds.


Liebherr goes all-electric with LPS 420 E port crane


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iebherr has launched its first all-electric port crane, the LPS 420 E, capable of handling containers, bulk, general cargo and heavy lifts up to 124 tonnes.


The mobile harbour crane’s movements, such as luffing, hoisting, slewing and travelling, are performed using electric motors.


Meanwhile, Liebherr- www.heavyliftpfi.com


MCCtec Rostock relaunched its compact board offshore (CBO) crane series.


Extending Liebherr’s


portfolio for maritime solutions, the CBO series is the company’s seventh offshore crane series in the market and comprises several models with different configurations featuring a lifting capacity of up to 100 tonnes.


NEWS IN BRIEF


Grove updates GMK Manitowoc is set to launch the Grove GMK6300L-1 all-terrain crane, an updated model of the 300-tonne capacity GMK6300L that was first launched in 2010.


FLG boosts range UK-based FLG Services, which provides lifting and safety equipment for hire and sale, has invested approximately GBP400,000 (USD558,585) in a range of heavy lift accessories.


ALE takes tower cranes ALE has expanded its fleet with three Krøll K1650L tower cranes. The freestanding Krøll models feature a 70 m boom and are designed to work at higher wind speeds than conventional cranes.


Tecno-Gru orders 34 Tecno-Gru, a Terex dealer and supplier in Italy, has placed an order for 34 Terex rough-terrain cranes.


more news at www.heavyliftpfi.com


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