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Specialist cranes aid schedule and costs on major south-eastern Australia wind project

A selection of new cranes aimed to reduce costs and footprint have arrived into south-eastern Australia in preparation for a major wind project. The cranes, including an AC700 all-terrain crane, an LTM1750 all-terrain crane and two LG1750 mobile cranes, are specialised for the wind handling activities. These mobile cranes are ideally suited...

ALE’s new 10,000t capacity crane meets growing demand for modular lifts

ALE has announced its latest record-breaking innovation – the huge SK10,000 crane. With an exceptional lifting capacity of 10,000t (11,020 US tons), the SK10,000 takes the mantle of world’s largest land-based crane from the AL.SK350. It will enable new levels of project efficiencies in schedule certainty, reduced risk, increased safety and...

ALE poised for revolutionary reveal at Offshore Technology Conference

ALE will be revealing a new and innovative piece of equipment at next week’s Offshore Technology Conference (OTC) in Texas, USA. Following the recent release of a teaser video on social media, the highly-anticipated unveiling will take place on the second day of the conference, Tuesday 7th May, at 10am...

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