NFT, ranked as the second largest tower crane supplier in the world, continues to add the latest machines that are appropriate for the region to its growing inventory. The newest member to this list of 2,500-plus tower cranes is the MDT 809 model from Potain, a Manitowoc brand. The tower crane, which has a full jib of 80 m lifting 8.

Terex says its new CTT 202-10 flat-top tower crane in the 10-tonne class offers increased job versatility, thanks to its expanded chassis, jib and tower configurations.

Zoomlion has sold 47 ZRT850 rough-terrain cranes worth nearly RMB100 million ($14.11 million) to a client in the Middle East, highlighting yet again the strength and international influence of ‘Made-in-China’ products.

Comansa has launched a new addition to its wide range of large flat-top tower cranes – the 21LC1400.

Raimondi Cranes has unveiled the LR372, the latest heavyweight addition to its advanced luffing range. Equipped with Raimondi’s next-generation high-performance winches, the LR372 is a 370-tonne-m-class luffing tower crane with a maximum jib length of 60 m and a maximum capacity of 20,000 kg in two falls configuration.

Tadano has completed its $215-million acquisition of the Demag Mobile Cranes business, thus bringing together two of the top names in the lifting equipment industry – each well known for safety, quality, innovation, and performance.

Keller Grundbau, a globally-renowned geotechnical contractor, has utilised one of Liebherr’s HS series cranes to execute a compacting job of more than 7 million cu m of sand on an area of 380,000 sq m at Dubai’s new harbour development.

With the launch of the Potain MCT 325, Manitowoc has further expanded its popular MCT range of topless cranes. The MCT 325 is designed to deliver easier transport and assembly, plus high efficiency and reliability on construction projects.