Sunday, June 1, 2008

FOLLOW THE DOTS IN THE CRANE COLLAPSE

The crane that collapsed on E.91st. last week was manufactured by a company that imported the steel from the Far East. One needs to question the quality control in the process.

http://www.favcousa.com/main.html
Favelle Favco Cranes started out as an Australian company over three decades ago. Since then, it has risen to unprecedented heights in major construction projects worldwide by manufacturing and providing superior heavy-duty cranes for a wide variety of the most demanding of tasks.Now, as a wholly-owned subsidiary of Muhibbah Engineering (M) Bhd, a major publicly-listed engineering and construction giant, Favelle Favco Cranes intends to further strengthen its leading position, locally and globally.

With offices and manufacturing facilities in Malaysia, Australia, Denmark, USA and Singapore, Favelle Favco has expanded its design, manufacturing, assembling and servicing skills to cover every aspect and facet of the business, its clientele span the globe from USA and Canada to South America and Europe, to the Middle and Far East to other parts of Asia and the Pacific Rim.

Favelle Favco Cranes owns Kroll Cranes A/S of Denmark, reputed for having the world’s biggest Tower Cranes, all electric-driven with a 10,000-metric ton capacity and able to carry 100 tons at 100 meters as well as luffing and hammerhead cranes.
The momentum of growth continues...

Favelle Favco Cranes USA announces three new crawler cranes for which patents are pending.
All three models utilize complete Caterpillar Hydraulic Excavator Power modules and custom designed Caterpillar Industrial Products, Inc. variable gauge undercarriage systems. The three models, to make their premeir showing at CONEXPO-CON/AGG ‘99 in Las Vegas, NV., include 28 and 38 U.S. ton models with hydraulic telescopic booms and a 50 metric ton lattice boom model.
31 posted on Friday, May 30, 2008 9:24:01 AM by SE Mom (Proud mom of an Iraq war combat vet)
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