Abu Dhabi’s flagship Khalifa Port, the first semi-automated port in the GCC region and one of the most technologically advanced ports around the globe, has employed the first female quay crane operator in the UAE.
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, a multi-national engineering, electrical equipment and electronics company, has completed delivery of the first three units of a 50-tonne deck crane featuring a newly-developed synchronised control system.
Dubai will once again become the 'crane capital' of the world with revival of the real estate and construction sectors in the emirate, according to Chesterton, an international property agency.
It said the skyline of Dubai
Dubai's ship building unit Drydocks World has completed the major repair and refurbishment of National Drilling Company’s (NDC) self-elevated crane vessel Al Ghweifat at its Dubai-based shipyard.
A leading international
The first four of 50 Rail Mounted Gantry (RMG) cranes bound for DP World’s new Container Terminal 3 have arrived at Jebel Ali Port, a report said.
Another four Ship To Shore (STS) quay cranes are expected in the next
Sennebogen Middle East, a leading machine building company, is set to showcase its products at a leading construction show to be held in Abu Dhabi next year.
The Intermat Middle East show will take place from January 14 to 16 at t
Billed as one of the strongest mobile cranes, the 500-tonne Liebherr mobile crane LTM 1500-8.1 will be introduced into Bahrain's construction industry tomorrow (October 30).
The 500-tonne Liebherr mobile crane LTM 1500-8.1 is
Sarens Nass Middle East (SNME), a strategic business unit of Abdulla Nass Group, is set to introduce the Liebherr mobile crane (LTM 1500-8.1), billed as one of the strongest mobile cranes, into Bahrain's construction industry tomorrow.
Abdulla Nass & Partners (ANPC), a division of Sarens Nass Middle East (SNME) in Saudi Arabia, has signed a 15-year long-term crane rental contract with oil giant Saudi Aramco.
As per the agreement, 17 units of cranes wit
A boom telescopic mobile crane from Liebherr was used during the recent fabrication of the Seajack ‘Leviathan’ in the UAE, to lift and place the top two segments on each of the ‘leviathan’s’ four legs; speeding erection times.