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28 April 2017

Lhoist has won the John Crabbe Trophy for Outstanding Excellence in Health & Safety at the annual Mineral Products Association Health & Safety awards in London.

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05 April 2017

Street Crane has completed its second installation for JDR, supplying a high-specification 25-tonne double girder goliath crane at the company’s Hartlepool manufacturing facility

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23 January 2017

Crane systems manufactured by J D Neuhaus are designed for arduous operating conditions. Industry applications include oil and gas exploration and processing locations, both on and offshore, where explosion-proof operating conditions are paramount. Utilising a wide range of compliance standards ensures that the JDN equipment is suitable for safe operation, meeting the relevant safety standards where appropriate.

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06 December 2016

J D Neuhaus (JDN) can provide hoist solutions for working environments that demand high levels of cleanliness and hygiene.

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05 October 2016

Linian Crane and Hoist Company has designed a bespoke lifting system for a sizable metal treatment facility for Knowsley Engineering Services for one of its clients.

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12 October 2016

Cooper Specialised Handling has secured contracts with a total value of £6million with Associated British Ports (ABP) for the supply of five Mantsinen hydraulic cranes. The five contracts include an order for the 200M, the world's largest hydraulic crane.

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11 August 2016

Selected models from the J D Neuhaus range of air operated hoists and trolleys are now available for clean room operations and other specialist applications that require hygienic working conditions.

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15 November 2016

Terex Material handling has installed a Demag double girder overhead travelling process crane at the Iggesund Paperboard (Workington) production facility in Cumbria, UK.

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11 August 2016

The rigorous demands of many industrial applications mean that at crane and hoist manufacturers such as JD Neuhaus (JDN), products are all engineered for extremes.

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04 August 2016

Terex Material handling has installed a Demag double girder overhead travelling process crane at Iggesund Paperboard (Workington). Part of the Swedish Holmen Group, Iggesund manufactures folding box board products.

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26 July 2016

Terex Material Handling’s new Demag DIR infrared (IR) remote controls provide crane operators with an alternative to conventional radio controls.

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27 June 2016

The J D Neuhaus Profi TI range of air-operated hoists have proved their versatility in a wide range of light, medium and heavy duty industrial workplaces. They have been engineered for extremes and can be safely operated even in hazardous working environments.

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14 June 2016

A UNIC Cranes Europe spider crane has been put to work on a new silicon metal smelter in Iceland. The URW 706 was delivered to the site in Helguvik, near the Scandinavian island’s international airport, via the company’s local dealer, Smakranar.

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09 June 2016

Independent dedicated provider of specialised heavy lifting equipment, Cooper Specialised Handling has secured the contract for what is understood to be the largest crane of its type in the UK and Ireland.

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01 June 2016

A 20t capacity CXTD double girder crane supplied by Konecranes is helping Norfolk-based Conductor Installation Services (CIS) realise greater operational flexibility and production efficiencies.

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05 June 2016

The J D Neuhaus Profi TI range of air operated hoists has been engineered for extremes and can be safely operated even in hazardous working environments exist.

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05 June 2016

When a Siemens facility in Port Harcourt, Nigeria required a method of unloading heavy duty equipment from wagons at an external location and then transporting these items into an adjacent warehouse, UK crane manufacturer Pelloby was called upon to provide a solution.

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01 June 2016

UK crane manufacturer Pelloby has installed an underslung overhead crane system at window specialist, Anglian Home Improvements.

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09 June 2016

When SEW Eurodrive wanted to install a crane and hoist infrastructure at its new facility in Normanton, West Yorkshire, it called on the expertise of Konecranes.

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09 June 2016

Siemens Wind Power has awarded Street Crane a £3.3m contract to supply overhead cranes for its state-of-the-art £310m wind turbine production and logistics facilities in Hull. 

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FEATURES

30 May 2017

In conjunction with periodic maintenance and thorough examination programmes, employers need to ensure effective procedures are in place to identify and assess the critical components of a crane that will degrade over its design life – and replace those components before they become a risk to health and safety. Geoff Holden, chief executive, LEEA (Lifting Equipment Engineers Association), explains more

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06 May 2016

The world's most difficult and demanding fields of operation present a range of challenges for materials handling equipment. Here, J D Neuhaus discusses with IP&E some of the ways in which its hoists and cranes cope with arduous conditions

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23 April 2015

The CEMEX cement production facility in Rugby operates 24/7 and outputs more than 5000 t of cement per day.

Terex Material Handling’s Demag Service team has completed a major refurbishment and upgrade of a Demag crane system at the site

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14 January 2015

Chris Lindley-Smith, sales and marketing director at Street Crane Company, outlines some of the ways in which today's cranes are being made safer and more reliable

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02 April 2014

Cranes come in all shapes and sizes, with a massive variety in terms of their lifting capabilities. While this is a landscape that hasn’t really changed much over the years, it is a different picture when their technical capabilities are taken into consideration, as Gordon Adie, managing director industrial cranes, Konecranes UK, explains

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20 May 2013

Modern cranes can play a crucial role in maintaining factory productivity, as Chris Lindley-Smith, sales director at Street Crane Company, explains

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10 January 2014

Lifting Points for Bolting – Ultimate Safety in Lifting with the RUD PowerPoint Star RUD offer an extensive range of lifting and lashing applications which includes both welded and threaded types, covering a working load capacity range from 0.6 to 200 tonne. Offering over 270 different tested and certified lifting/lashing points, 210 of which are for bolting and 60 for welding.

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