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HOIST magazine

Northern Resilience

The Canadian hoist market is holding its ground in spite of a broader slowdown tied to economic, political, and legal factors. Mike Straus reports from Canada’s Pacific Northwest.

Process driven

Process driven

Heavy-duty, high capacity process cranes are being engineered to offer greater levels of safety and...

Training carries on

Training carries on

Training is of course essential, but what specific benefits does it bring? And how can technology help it to continue...

Linked In

Linked In

Chain hoists, manual or powered, have been around for many years. They tend to carry smaller loads than wire rope...

Magic Clamp

Magic Clamp

With hoists handling a wide range of loads, having the most effective hook or lifting attachment is key for operators....

Under the Sea

Brought to you by Using a hoist underwater presents a range of challenges, from the physical issue of manoeuvring a lever while wearing thick gloves, through to the damage saline…

Container enthusiasm

Brought to you by If there is one common theme that emerges from western Canadian history and culture, one essential story of Canada in general and the Pacific Northwest and…

Brake time

Brought to you by Crane performance has been improved in recent years by variable frequency drive (VFD) technology, offering benefits such as smoother acceleration and deceleration, which in turn lead…

Vote of confidence

Brought to you by Central Europe has long been the envy of nations around the world. After all, countries like Switzerland, Germany and Austria boast high living standards, developed economies…

Keyn Interest

Brought to you by LiftEx, the UK’s leading event for the overhead lifting sector, took place in Milton Keynes in November, with many of the more than 80 exhibitors using…