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Hydro Mobile scales the cascade
The cascading roof, multiple recesses and corners on the Centuria Urban Village development in Kelowna, British Columbia, created a number of access challenges for contractor Fairweather Maltesen Masonry. The company was able to overcome many of these difficulties by using Canadian company, Hydro Mobile, mast climbers.
Gulf Lifting to distribute Hydro Mobile in UAE
Gulf Lifting Rental Co LLC has signed an agreement with Canadian mast climbing manufacturer, Hydro Mobile, to distribute its equipment in the United Arab Emirates.
Hoist helps get wheel spinning
Throughout the construction of the world's largest observation wheel an Alimak hoist carried engineers to the hub of the wheel where essential cables and wiring were being installed.
Mixed bag: mast climbers and hoists in the Middle East
As you might expect in a region of extensive and fast economic growth, adoption of mast climbers and hoists in the United Arab Emirates has been diverse, writes Patrick Hill.
Fire resistant: access at World of Concrete
Even a slow start and an end-of-the-week fire couldn't stop another busy World of Concrete. John Wyatt reports on the hoists and mast climbers at the event.
Hydro Mobile sells RAXTAR hoists
Canada's Hydro Mobile is to sell RAXTAR's construction hoists in North America following an agreement between the two companies.
Two worlds
China's GJJ and The Netherland's Raxtar are quite different companies, but both are hoping to make a bigger impression in the world's hoist markets. Murray Pollok spoke to the companies at the recent Bauma exhibition. Plus, new hoist and mast climbers from Bauma and applications reports from around the world.
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