Never underestimate the importance of weighing
The perfect tool for crane planning
Establishing Blue Cranes in 1990 seems like an eternity away, but at the same time, as if it was yesterday. How time flies when you are having fun.
When it comes to specialised weighing solutions, Loadtech Load Cells has over 50 year’s collective experience. Founded in 1987, the company has firmly established its reputation as a leader in quality load cell manufacturing.
Whether planning a new factory, plant or warehousing extensions, drawing up architectural plans or designs that accurately reflect crane space requirements will save time, eliminate cost wastage whilst enhancing productivity and safety.
First of its kind flagship overhead crane
system creates safe working environment
37 XCMG aerial work platforms handover
done to Turkey
The green standard for material handlers
Komatsu’s Mining & Construction equipment remanufacturing centre is a critical element in the company’s new campus in Tunney Industrial Estate, Edenvale.
XCMG hosted a handover ceremony at their special vehicle factory, for an order that was placed by the Turkey Electricity Bureau. The order consisted
of 37 different sizes of Aerial Work Platforms.
Babcock has seen a steady stream of SENNEBOGEN modular material handling machinery delivered throughout South Africa over the past 12 months, as customers increasingly realise the benefits of these quality German manufactured machines.
African Construction Expo
Haulotte telehandlers popular in the Africa Zone
Safe use of a man-cage
The African Construction Expo is the only event in Africa that brings together 8,500 stakeholders involved in construction and infrastructure
projects in Africa.
Since the beginning of the year, Haulotte Africa received numerous orders for its telehandler range. Recently, Farrisia official distributor delivered ten HTL 4017 to ECC, a subsidiary of the Algerian Ministry of Defence specialising in carpentry and public works.
This write-up is done specifically for use by the competent person, when he/she is doing a risk assessment before persons are lifted to work above ground level, through the use of a man-cage to ensure that the cage and machinery are compliant and safe for use.