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Comansa will present new models and technologies for the Northern American market at the CONEXPO

Embracing transformation

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It is once again a new year with new challenges and I wish everyone a fruitful year ahead. On the 17th January, LEEASA council held its first meeting for the year and it was decided by the council that a member’s survey needs to be sent out to all LEEASA members for suggestions from members on how LEEASA can improve its service to LEEASA members.

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Additions to the range, the CUBE cab and a new machine setting up system. Comansa will again be taking part in the ConExpo-Con/Agg trade show in Las Vegas, United States, which will
be held from 10 to 14 March 2020. The tower crane manufacturer’s stand will be number F5803, in the Festival Grounds outdoors area, at Las Vegas Convention Center.


Come March 1 the business of EnerMech Engineering Services (part of the global EnerMech group of companies) will officially be transferred to EnerMech’s new entity, EnerMech Mzansi on local shores. Lifting Africa found out more about the new company name and the company’s transformation journey.


The Department
of Labour is increasingly encouraging industry to opt for mobile elevated work platforms (MEWPs) rather than man cages

Enerpac to highlight construction equipment repair at CONEXPO

Offering the full service – What are the implications?

Steve Harper of Alpha Load Testing and Services spoke at the annual LEEASA/Lifting Africa conference about these aerial platforms. With a range of applications from construction to warehousing and a host of others in between, MEWPs are considered one of the safest
means to provide temporary access to work at height.

Enerpac is bringing an all-new exhibit to CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2020 highlighting tools for construction equipment repair with several hands-on displays showing high force tools in action.

The principle of LME’s offering the “full service”- Repairs, Maintenance, Inspections & Load Testing – has become more prominent over the last several years. Isn’t that a conflict of interest? The answer to that question is quite simply in many peoples’ opinions – YES! If an organization is offering “the full service” that includes repairs, maintenance, inspection and load testing, it is a direct conflict of interest.

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Potain launches the MRH 175 tower crane at CONEXPO 2020

The Potain MRH 175 will be shown for the first time at CONEXPO 2020 with the Hup M 28-22. Both cranes focus on easier transport and assembly, as well as improved on-site productivity.

Liebherr to exhibit extensive range of latest construction machine products

About 30 types construction machines will be featured at North America’s largest construction machinery trade show


Jekko Cranes at CONEXPO 2020

Jekko will participate in the upcoming edition of Conexpo and at its stand will showcase a selection of Jekko cranes.