Recently, by dealing with 1000 ℃ melted Iron, the SANY SY75C excavator working in a Steel Plant became an overnight hit. Mr. Liu, the owner of this excavator, emphasized that not every excavator could endure this daunting task, but SANY excavator impressed him deeply.
Carron Valley Plant Ltd is a forestry ground preparation business based in Dumfries in Scotland. Established some 30-years ago, the three-man firm, headed up by founder William Brown, is contracted to Forestry and Land Scotland, who is the Scottish Government agency responsible for managing the region’s national forests and land.
Konecranes and Fluidmesh Networks announce that they have joined forces and successfully carried out proof-of-concept testing of fully wireless communication for the Konecranes Automated RTG system. This breakthrough allows container terminal operators to roll out remote control and automation to RTGs in the container yard without running fiber or cable spools, with substantial savings in cost and time.
Every day it rattles once round the earth and even further. The equivalent, at least. The distance covered by the suburban railway in Munich is staggering. It was opened for the Olympic Games in 1972 and has now reached its limits. The old lady will find her feet again thanks to the expansion of the rail network, Munich’s largest construction project for the coming years.
Konecranes has won another order from Ben Nghe Port in Vietnam for two BOXHUNTER RTG cranes. The cranes will be delivered in cooperation with Telin Group JSC in April of 2021. The order was booked in March 2020.
As part of its bid to create ‘greener’ construction sites, by reducing emissions and controlling air quality, HS2 is the first infrastructure project to adopt CESAR ECV - a new advanced emissions identification scheme.
SANY debuted its largest tonnage crawler crane and celebrated its delivery in Huzhou factory, China. This gigantic beast can lift 2000t freight to 100m high and embraces Max. lifting moment of 90000 t·m. It covers an area of 3000m2 with 120m long twin lattice booms rising up to the sky. Overall transport requires 150 trailers with 30t loads each. After the last test of lifting at 120m boom, it's off to Shandong Province in no time.
New capabilities could enable a multitude of robotic applications, ranging from non-destructive inspection and repair of industrial infrastructure pipe inspection to supporting wireless infrastructure construction.