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L&T Construction: Towering success

L&T Construction: Towering success

L&T Construction is one of India’s (and Asia’s) largest construction companies. We spoke to Vishal Verma, joint general manager.
Manitowoc launches two new Potain luffing jib cranes

Manitowoc launches two new Potain luffing jib cranes

Manitowoc is introducing two new luffing jib crane models, the MR 309 and MR 329, which come in 16 t or 25 t maximum capacity variants.
Singapore’s first Potain MCT 1005

Singapore’s first Potain MCT 1005

Main contractor, Debenho, has selected Singapore’s first Potain MCT 1005 to construct a new PPVC housing development.
Saving time and space with the new Potain MCR 305

Saving time and space with the new Potain MCR 305

Manitowoc is launching its all-new Potain MCR 305 luffing jib tower crane, which was jointly developed by French and Chinese engineers.
The Potain MCH 175 at Excon 2023

The Potain MCH 175 at Excon 2023

Manitowoc’s impressive display at Excon 2023 underlines India’s expanding desire for advanced lifting technology to improve productivity
Potain luffing jib cranes debut at EXCON 2023!

Potain luffing jib cranes debut at EXCON 2023!

Don’t miss the chance to catch the innovative Potain MCH 175 at EXCON 2023 – the largest construction equipment exhibition in India.
First crane in the new Evy self-erecting range: Evy 30-23 4 t

Potain launches first crane in the new Evy self-erecting range: Evy 30-23 4 t

Potain launches the Evy 30-23 4 t crane, which is the first model from the new Evy range of self-erecting tower cranes.
Used Potain Tower Cranes Growing in Popularity in Central Asia

Used Potain Tower Cranes are Growing in Popularity in Central Asia

Sergey Neznamov reveals why purchasing used Potain cranes guarantees product authenticity and quality and the popularity in Central Asia.
Four Potain MCT 385 topless cranes deliver record-breaking Indian bridge project

Four Potain MCT 385 topless cranes deliver record-breaking Indian bridge project

Four Potain MCT 385 topless tower cranes have now almost completed their work constructing the tallest cable-stayed road bridge in India.