Below the hook equipment

Companies | Briefings | 2 years ago

Royal Van Beest Group acquires Sling Supply International S.A.

The Royal Van Beest Group has acquired Sling Supply International S.A. (‘Slingsintt’), based in Spain. Sling Supply International is dedicated to the design, manufacturing, testing and certification of lifting solutions in a wide range of industries. Its main business is focused on the global win...

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Events | 2 years ago

bauma CHINA rescheduled to 26-29 November 2024

bauma CHINA,  Asia’s largest and most important event for the Construction Machinery, Building Material Machines, Mining Machines and Construction Vehicles., which was scheduled to be held on 22-25 November 2022, announced rescheduled to the Shanghai New International Exhibition Centre from Novem...

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Products | 2 years ago

Shanghai Anfeng Lifting & Rigging supplies high quality products and solutions for container and cargo lifting, securing and lashing

With 20 years of experience in the lifting and rigging industry, Shanghai Anfeng Lifting & Rigging Ltd. is a technical and sales company specialized in supplying web slings, round slings, wire rope and slings, chains, rigging accessories, container securing equipment, and cargo lashings. They...

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Briefings | 3 years ago

Van Beest new customer portal

Van Beest B.V recently launch a completely new corporate website In additionally, a new service portal for distributors has been created. The portal allows customers to have quick access to all order information and documents, including certificates. Customers can also follow their ...

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Application | Briefings | 3 years ago

Jian Feng Sling supplies 500T spreader beams to China’s Sinopec

Early of 2021, Jian Feng Sling Co., Ltd. supplies heavy lift solution to China’s Sinopec, for supporting the lifting application of CHANGLING 1# project. This is a national refining and chemical program, which is ran by Sinopec Changling Refining & Chemical Company. The company intends to lif...

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School | 7 years ago

Can your crane still take the strain?

by Geoff Holden, chief executive, LEEA (Lifting Equipment Engineers Association) Overhead cranes typically serve a long working life, with the majority now designed to operate for between 10 and 20 years. Ultimately, however, all will reach a point at which they are no longer safe to use. In conj...

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Events | 8 years ago

CeMAT 2016 puts the spotlight on digitization and automation

– World’s leading trade fair for intralogistics expected to attract more than 1,000 exhibitors from every corner of the globe – Lead theme: Smart Supply Chain Solutions – Intralogistics sector primed for three-percent growth this year The lead theme for CeMAT 2016 is Smart Suppl...

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