Equipment Type

 Lifting & Material Handling

products

A new cone crusher from KPI-JCI and Astec Mobile Screens, model GT200, includes a new tramp-iron relief system

The E190 features a 202-foot working height with fiberglass jib extension

The Slider50 Hooklift has been redesigned to weigh 1,000 less than its predecessor, providing 950 pounds more available payload, the company says.

The M 40 rough-terrain vertical-masted forklift has a maximum lift height of 19 feet 6 inches and maximum loading capacity of 8,179 pounds.

The five-axle, Grove GMK5250L all-terrain crane, with a rated lift capacity of 300 tons, uses a seven-section Grove Megaform main boom

Blogs

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As equipment managers acquire equipment with new technologies, they must determine how to use those tools.
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The CDC has identified the construction trades as an occupation second most likely to commit suicide, but there is industry-specific help.
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Technology is not on the march; it’s in a dead sprint.
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Another technology conundrum has been introduced to fleet managers.

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