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NETWORKSNEWS ROUND-UP


ESTA names award winners


Awards of Excellence 2018. Sarens took first place in the combined techniques award for the lifting of a 1,550-tonne pylon for a steel bridge, while OL-Trans won the transport award for trailer and load under 120 tonnes for the transport of a 25 m spruce tree from Poland to the Vatican in time for Christmas. The award for telescopic lifting capacity above 120 tonnes went to Wagenborg Nedlift for its installation of four 78-tonne beams – each nearly 50 m long – using a pair of 500-tonne capacity wheeled mobile cranes. ALE won the safety award for its route survey tool, while Italy’s Fagioli took the innovation and end-user award for its installation of 19 mobile gates, each weighing 450 tonnes, using a bespoke gantry launching system. The award for telescopic lifting capacity under


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STA, the European association for the abnormal road transport and mobile crane rental industry, has revealed the winners of its


120 tonnes went to Schot Verticaal Transport, while the transport award for trailer and load over 120 tonnes was presented to Kahl & Jansen. The lattice boom crane award was presented to Mammoet Europe, while Spierings Mobile Cranes won the innovation manufacturer award for its SK487-AT3 City Boy crane. Wagenborg Nedlift was awarded the SPMT job of the year for its transportation of the 120 m-long Bokfjord bridge. The Gino Koster Award for lifetime achievement paid tribute to the late Benny Sarens, who passed away in 2017.


SC&RA elects officers and group chairs T


he Specialized Carriers & Rigging Association (SC&RA) elected Gary Stang, senior vice president and general manager at Anderson Trucking Service, as president during its 2018 Annual Conference held in Boca Raton, USA, in April. Joining Stang as officers for the 2018-2019 term are chairman Terry Young of


Construction Safety Experts, vice president Tom Bennington of Duncan Machinery Movers, treasurer Delynn Burkhalter of Burkhalter, and assistant treasurer Jay Folladori of Bennett International Group. Also joining the board are four newly elected group chairs. Lester Evans of Aspen Custom Trailers takes the chair of the


DEALING WITH THE IMPOSSIBLE PROJECT PARTNERS – YOUR HEAVYLIFT NETWORK


members Since our last edition, the Project Cargo Network (PCN) has welcomed Actanis Project Cargo as a member in Turkey – adding to its membership in Spain and Portugal – All Seas Shipping Agency in Tunisia, and RSL Freight Lanka in Sri Lanka. The Cargo Equipment Experts


(CEE) network has gained Ahmed Yigit as a member in Turkey. The Project Logistics Alliance


Allied Industries Group, while the Crane & Rigging Group now has Kenneth Goddard of International Industrial Contracting Corporation as its chair. The Transportation Group now has Ray Morgan of Perkins STC as its chair, while the new chair of the Ladies Group is Denise Claton of Midwest Specialized Transportation.


(PLA) gained Tagi Logistics as a member in Vietnam, Fairplay Shipping in Denmark, and Wilh Loesch in Nepal. It has also attracted Cippà Trasporti in Switzerland, Spartan Global Logistics in the USA, and APP Global Logistics Consortium in Malaysia. Finally, Alexander Global Logistics’ Iran office has also joined. Meanwhile, the Project Partners network has welcomed Alberti & Santi UK as a member in the UK, IBC Spedition in Austria, Group A Logistics representing India, and Shanghai MenQ Logistics in China. The Global Project Logistics Network (GPLN) has enrolled Shanghai All-Link Logistics in China, Msharib Shipping & Logistics (MSL) for Pakistan, and OLA Logistics for China. GPLN has also attracted Höegh Autoliners as a main sponsor. The XLProjects (XPL) network has added GS Express Logistics as a member in Malaysia, Chirey Global Logistics in China, Sea Cargo Logistics in Panama and Colombia, Compass Logistics in Turkey, and Project Logistics International (PLI) in the USA.


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