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Delivering membership
value… and growth

LEEASA has entered a new era with a change in leadership and strategy. Lifting Africa spoke to the newly elected council about their outlook for the association going forward.

Robust business model sees EIE group successfully negotiate pandemic

LEEASA NEWS

The COVID-19 lockdown and related restrictions compelled EIE Group to re-evaluate its operations and find ways to streamline the business.

To all good standing and unpaid members On the 11th of February 2021 we received a request from ECSA as per the below.

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The new Tadano GTC-1800EX telescopic boom crawler crane

Becker’s high performance Kito electric
chain and manual hoists ensure reliability and safety in the wind power sector

Launch of new Aisle Master OP order picker

The GTC-1800EX closes the gap between the 130 and 220-ton capacity classes and has an actual lifting capacity of 156 tons and a maximum load moment of 590 metre-tons.

Becker’s Kito electric chain and manual hoists have been designed for dependable use in materials handling applications in diverse industries.

Combilift officially launched the latest addition to its product portfolio in a virtual press conference.

Latest Issue 

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Jan/Feb 2021

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Hiab launches new electric MOFFETT

Hiab, part of Cargotec, launches the MOFFETT E4 NX, its next-generation eSeries of electric forklifts and the world’s first all-electric 3-wheel drive truck-mounted forklift.

New Flat-Top cranes from Comansa: 21LC600 and 21LC650

The extension of the range incorporates ergonomic improvements and modularity novelties that facilitate optimisation of use on site.

When your crane calls for
attention

When two 63-ton cranes operating in an automotive plant in South Africa started showing regular and excessive wear and damage to
wheels, flanges, bearings and gantry rails, the consulting engineer suggested the company call in Konecranes to carry out an inspection and to assess what was causing the issues.

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