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  1. New Honey Research Suggests a Grim Outcome For Bees Worldwide

    Peakoil.com - Energy 10.07 / 21:30 peakoil.com
    Just when we thought things were finally looking up for the bee population, researchers have delivered some disheartening — and frightening — news. Swiss researchers recently published a study indicating that a large majority of the world’s bee population is affected by a common (yet controversial) pesticide, which has contributed to the alarming decline in [&#…
  2. Debunking the myths about nuclear fusion

    Peakoil.com - Energy 10.07 / 21:30 peakoil.com
    This is the third of three reports about the claims by representatives and proponents of the International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor (ITER). “The Selling of ITER” published on Jan. 12, 2017. “Former ITER Spokesman Confirms Accuracy of New Energy Times Story” published on Jan. 19, 2017. Abstract (Abstract is Copyleft, duplication permitted but only with attribution [……
  3. ExxonMobil ‘Puts Guyana on the Map’ with Discovery

    Peakoil.com - Energy 10.07 / 14:27 peakoil.com
    Exxon Mobil Corp. on Thursday reported its fifth new oil discovery after drilling the Turbot-1 well offshore Guyana with the Stena Carron drillship. “The results from this latest well further illustrate the tremendous potential we see from our exploration activities offshore Guyana,” ExxonMobil Exploration Co. President Steve Greenlee said in a company announcement. “ExxonMobil, along [R…
  4. Where The US Exports Oil And Petroleum Products

    Peakoil.com - Energy 10.07 / 14:27 peakoil.com
    This year the U.S. has averaged more than 900,000 barrels per day (BPD) of crude oil exports while continuing to import an average of 8.1 million BPD. In the previous article, I discussed the reasons the U.S. exports oil, despite the fact that we are still a significant net importer of crude oil. In a nutshell, the […
  5. US Shale Juggernaut Shows Signs of Fatigue

    Peakoil.com - Energy 10.07 / 14:27 peakoil.com
    American shale companies are starting to tap the brakes on drilling. U.S. oil output remains robust and may still surpass the record annual average of 9.6 million barrels a day, set in 1970. But companies, confronting technological, operational and financial obstacles, are starting to ease up on drilling. The pace of innovation that allowed shale…
  6. Energy East’s demise is Canada’s Peak Oil Divide moment

    Peakoil.com - Energy 10.07 / 14:27 peakoil.com
    Canadian leaders cannot despise oil and pipelines and maintain high living standards. Without the goose, there will be no golden eggs. It’s that simple. This week’s cancellation of another oil pipeline – from Alberta to New Brunswick – should not be a cause for celebration as it is in some minds. It represents Canada’s Peak […]…
  7. Is Population Decline Catastrophic?

    Peakoil.com - Energy 10.07 / 14:27 peakoil.com
    In the 1970’s we heard the earth was going to get so crowded we’d be falling off. Now the panickers have flipped to population decline. They were wrong in the 70’s, so are they wrong again? Is a declining population catastrophic? Countries from Germany to Japan are investing in mass immigration or pro-birth policies on [R…
  8. The climate of coverage: news media on climate consequences

    Climatesolutions.org - Energy 10.07 / 05:12 climatesolutions.org
    We need more from the media than rain-soaked newscasters reporting from hurricane regions to help audiences understand the climate crisis and what we can do solve…
  1. Evidence From Emerging Curcumin Studies

    Recent research on curcumin shows what Ayurveda has known for centuries: that it benefits brain health, immune health, digestive health and joint…
  2. MarkAudio-SOTA Debuts Wide-Range, Near Field Loudspeaker

    Dealerscope.com - Consumer Goods 10.06 / 14:55 dealerscope.com
    Loudspeaker manufacturer MarkAudio-SOTA hosted the premiere of their "unique, single driver" Tozzi Two loudspeakers at the Luxury Technology Show in Manhattan on October 4th. The post MarkAudio-SOTA Debuts Wide-Range, Near Field Loudspeaker appeared first on…
  3. Focal Launches New High-End Headphone Clear

    Dealerscope.com - Consumer Goods 10.06 / 14:55 dealerscope.com
    Focal, a leading French speaker and headphone manufacturer, today unveils Clear, the company’s newest reference headphone. Clear is Focal’s new circum-aural open-back headphone for audiophiles and represents a new evolution of Focal’s now famous open-back, full-range speaker headphone family. The ‘M’–shape Aluminum/Magnesium dome is equipped with a revolutionary copper voice coil that provides remarkable dynamics […] The post Focal Launches New…
  4. FDA Delays Nutrition Label Sugar Upgrade, Despite Go-Ahead from Manufacturers

    Triplepundit.com - Consumer Goods 10.06 / 11:36 triplepundit.com
    The Trump administration has put a hold on the new nutrition labels that would have made it easier for consumers to tell how much added sugar was in their processed foods. And the Union of Concerned Scientists, which had a role in crafting new dietary guidelines and the new label, has vowed to fight the…
  5. SC Johnson’s Buy of Method and Ecover Latest in Becoming Sustainable by Acquisition

    Triplepundit.com - Consumer Goods 10.06 / 11:36 triplepundit.com
    As reinforced by SC Johnson's snapping up of Ecover and Method, the cleaning products and consumer packaged goods (CPG) sector are in the midst of a longstanding trend: sustainability via…
  6. Profits drop at DFS due to "challenging" UK market

    Furniturenews.net - Consumer Goods 10.06 / 08:25 furniturenews.net
    DFS has reported a pre-tax profit drop of 22.3% to £50.1m for the year ended 29th July 2017, citing a “very challenging furniture market environment in the second half”. Gross sales were up 1.1% to £990.8m, revenue up 0.9%, and EBITDA down 12.7%. Three new 10-15,000 sqft DFS stores opened in the UK and ROI during the period, plus a third small store trial in Crawley. DFS saw 20% growth in partnership brand upholstery order…
  7. Hi-Tech Pharmaceuticals Executives Arrested, Defendant Calls Charges ‘Bogus’

    Jared Wheat, Hi-Tech's chief executive officer, said the indictments are just a way for the feds to get him to stop selling…
  8. On Heels of Criminal Indictment, Judge Prohibits Hi-Tech from Selling DMAA

    Hi-Tech and its owner, Jared Wheat, have been charged by a grand jury with 18 criminal…
  1. New climate risk classification created to account for potential “existential” threats – Researchers identify a one-in-2

    Desdemonadespair.net - Environment 10.07 / 19:47 desdemonadespair.net
    14 September 2017 (Scripps) – A new study evaluating models of future climate scenarios has led to the creation of the new risk categories “catastrophic” and “unknown” to characterize the range of threats posed by rapid global warming. Researchers propose that unknown risks imply existential threats to the survival of humanity.These categories describe two low-probability but statistically significant scenarios that could play out by century’s end, in a new study by Veerabhadran Ramanathan…
  2. Trump administration ordered to enforce methane restrictions launched under President Obama

    Desdemonadespair.net - Environment 10.07 / 19:47 desdemonadespair.net
    By Evan Halper6 October 2017(The Los Angeles Times) – The Trump administration is not giving up on its effort to block Obama-era restrictions on the release of potent methane emissions at oil and gas drilling operations on public land, even after a federal judge ruled its suspension of the restrictions was illegal.The court ruling came Wednesday at the behest of California and other states, which charged the administration is required by law to enforce the new rules intended to cut the r…
  3. Why the last snow on Earth may be red – ”Snow-dwelling microbes increase glacier melt directly in a bio-geophysical feed

    Desdemonadespair.net - Environment 10.07 / 19:47 desdemonadespair.net
    By Alan Burdick21 September 2017(The New Yorker) – Every spring, in alpine regions around the world, one of Earth’s tiniest migrations takes place. The migrants are single-celled green algae; they are kin to seaweed, but instead of living in the sea they live in snow. (Snow weed, maybe?) They spend the winter deep in the snowpack, atop last summer’s snow, as dormant cysts. In the spring, they wake and swim up through the trickle of snowmelt to the surface, dividing and photosynthesizing as …
  4. I’m a woman who fought wildfires for 7 years. Climate change is absolutely making them worse. Warmer climate is creating

    Desdemonadespair.net - Environment 10.07 / 19:47 desdemonadespair.net
    By Anastasia Selby  14 September 2017(Vox) – The mundane days all run together. But those days when I was genuinely unsure if I would make it to the end of my shift intact are the ones that stand out.I remember fighting a fire on the Angeles National Forest in 2002. Our crew flew onto a ridge in a helicopter. The rotor wash, or wind created by the helicopter blades, flung orange embers into the unburned vegetation — the “green.” Immediately, it started burning.We jumped out of the heli…
  5. Health advocates threaten lawsuit against firm importing asbestos to U.S. [The Pump Handle]

    Scienceblogs.com - Environment 10.07 / 19:31 scienceblogs.com
    OxyChem imports about 300,000 pounds of asbestos annually. Health groups allege the company failed to report to EPA their significant use of…
  6. Live Updates: Follow PETA’s On-Site Work Saving Terrified Animals in Puerto Rico

    Peta.org - Environment 10.07 / 19:11 peta.org
    Just weeks after Hurricane Irma crippled islands throughout the Caribbean, Hurricane Maria has devastated Puerto Rico—and PETA is on the ground, helping to save animals. The post Live Updates: Follow PETA’s On-Site Work Saving Terrified Animals in Puerto Rico appeared first on PET…
  7. A year after Hurricane Matthew, Haiti’s children still incredibly vulnerable to disasters – UNICEF

    Desdemonadespair.net - Environment 10.07 / 17:19 desdemonadespair.net
    5 October 2017 (United Nations) – One year has passed since Hurricane Matthew made landfall in southwest Haiti – leaving terrible destruction in its wake – but children and adolescents on the island still remain highly vulnerable to the effects of natural disasters and extreme weather events, the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) has warned.“Hundreds of thousands of children had their lives turned upside down by Hurricane Matthew,” said Marc Vincent, the head of the UNICEF country off…
  8. Brazil government reduces forest protections in Pará, rewards squatters for illegal occupation

    Desdemonadespair.net - Environment 10.07 / 17:19 desdemonadespair.net
    By Cleide Carvalho25 September 2017 SÃO PAULO (O Globo) – [Translation by Google] The government bill that reduces the National Forest (Flona) of Jamanxim, in Pará, should benefit grileiros who deforested and occupied at least 44 thousand hectares of land that should be protected. The area - larger than the city of Curitiba and home to 1.8 million people - was cleared over a period of eight years between 2008 and 2016. The project is designed to regularize the situation of former squatters …
  1. Northwest culinary evangelist Jon Rowley dies at 74

    O.seattletimes.com - Agriculture  10.07 / 05:15 o.seattletimes.com
    Influential Seattle restaurant consultant Jon Rowley has died at age…
  2. Foreign farmworkers’ unusual strike in Central Washington shows new labor muscle

    O.seattletimes.com - Agriculture  10.07 / 05:15 o.seattletimes.com
    A strike and settlement in the apple orchards of Central Washington represents a rare flexing of bargaining muscle by foreign guest workers who form an increasingly important part of the farm labor…
  3. Angus Genetics Releases New Tool for DNA Collection

    Growingfl.com - Agriculture  10.07 / 04:27 growingfl.com
    Tissue-sampling units (TSUs) are now accepted by Angus Genetics Inc. (AGI) as a DNA sample type for seedstock producers seeking genetic testing. The technology offers seedstock producers a quick and effective DNA collection method previously offered for commercial testing only. A TSU collects an ear punch from the animal and provide an alternative to tail hair, blood and semen sample types used for DNA testing. Similar to tagging an animal ... (261…
  4. NAWG: State of the Ag Economy and Weather Conditions Show Need for Safety Net

    Growingfl.com - Agriculture  10.07 / 04:27 growingfl.com
    The R Street Institute, Taxpayers for Common Sense, The Heritage Foundation, and other like-minded groups held a Farm Bill policy reform Summit in Washington today. These groups have proposed policy changes to the Farm Bill that are bad for farmers, the economy, and are misleading. In response to the Summit, David Schemm, President of National Association of Wheat Growers and Sharon Springs, Kansas farmer, made the following statement: "The most ... (353…
  5. Cargill Donates $900,000 for Iowa State Ag College's Global Resources Systems Degree

    Growingfl.com - Agriculture  10.07 / 04:27 growingfl.com
    A partnership encouraging international involvement in agriculture just got a little bit stronger. This evening, the global resources systems degree program within Iowa State's College of Agriculture and Life Sciences received a donation of $600,000 from Cargill Inc. Cargill, a major agricultural, food and industrial company whose presence spans across 70 countries, announced their donation during a dinner reception with global resource systems students and faculty. "As we ... (568…
  6. Update on Agriculture's Devastation in Puerto Rico

    Growingfl.com - Agriculture  10.07 / 04:27 growingfl.com
    Puerto Rico farmers are facing total losses after two hurricanes ravaged the island. Micheal Clements has more. Clements: Following Hurricane Irma, Hurricane Maria doubled down the destruction on Puerto Rican agriculture. The recovery effort will take years for many farmers. Puerto Rico Farm Bureau President Hector Cordero says crops throughout the island are a complete loss. Cordero: In general, we lost almost 100 percent of our agriculture. All crops, plantains ... (276…
  7. Breaking Down the Top 5 Food Myths

    Growingfl.com - Agriculture  10.07 / 04:27 growingfl.com
    TRUTH - There is no nutritional difference in foods grown locally compared to foods that are not grown locally. A few summers ago, I had the chance to visit a strawberry farm in California. The strawberries we tasted on the farm were so delicious! They were small, tender, sweet and juicy. We asked why the strawberries in our grocery stores don't taste quite the same. The variety of strawberries that ... (932…
  8. Ben & Jerry’s Leads on Migrant Dairy Worker Rights

    Triplepundit.com - Agriculture  10.06 / 11:36 triplepundit.com
    A new dairy standards council is taking shape in Vermont that will oversee dairy worker rights. And not surprisingly, it's been launched with the help of Ben & Jerry's, the ice cream company with a…
  1. Envisat - Release of GOMOS UFP datasets v1 Issue 2 (User Friendly Products)

    Earth.esa.int - Astronomy 10.07 / 04:22 earth.esa.int
    The regenerated GOMOS User Friendly Products (UFP) datasets v1, Issue 2 in netCDF-4 format are now available to users via the ESA EO centralised online dissemination…
  2. Envisat/ERS - MERCI SSO Integration for MERIS FRS and (A)ATSR

    Earth.esa.int - Astronomy 10.07 / 04:22 earth.esa.int
    Users are informed that a new release of the MERCI Catalogue and Inventory (v2.4.1) with integration into the ESA EO Single Sign-On (EO-SSO) architecture is now available for access to the Envisat MERIS Full Resolution (FRS) as well as the Envisat and ERS (A)ATSR…
  3. Aphelion Orbitals launches Cubesat store, updates low-cost launcher development progress

    Spacenewsfeed.com - Astronomy 10.07 / 04:04 spacenewsfeed.com
    Aphelion Orbitals launches Cubesat store, updates low-cost launcher development progress(6 October 2017 - Aphelion…
  4. Bentley Walker to go live with DVB-S2X network using iDirect's iQ desktop remote

    Spacenewsfeed.com - Astronomy 10.07 / 04:04 spacenewsfeed.com
    Bentley Walker to go live with DVB-S2X network using iDirect's iQ desktop remote(6 October 2016 -…
  5. Iridium Next 21-30 and Sentinel-5P protected by thermal insulation from RUAG Space

    Spacenewsfeed.com - Astronomy 10.07 / 04:04 spacenewsfeed.com
    Iridium Next 21-30 and Sentinel-5P protected by thermal insulation from RUAG Space(6 October 2017 - RUAG…
  6. Moon once had an atmosphere

    Spacenewsfeed.com - Astronomy 10.07 / 04:04 spacenewsfeed.com
    Moon once had an atmosphere(5 October 2017 - Lunar and Planetary…
  7. Iridium Certus goes live for on-orbit satellite testing

    Spacenewsfeed.com - Astronomy 10.07 / 04:04 spacenewsfeed.com
    Iridium Certus goes live for on-orbit satellite testing(5 October 2017 -…
  8. National Academy of Engineering announces winners of 2017 Founders and Bueche Awards

    Eurekalert.org - Astronomy 10.06 / 21:54 eurekalert.org
    (National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine) On Sunday, Oct. 8, during its 2017 annual meeting, the National Academy of Engineering (NAE) will present two awards for extraordinary impact on the engineering profession. The Simon Ramo Founders Award will be presented to John E. Hopcroft for his research contributions and leadership in engineering. The Arthur M. Bueche Award will be given to Louis J. Lanzerotti for his contributions to technology research, policy, and national…
  1. Indian Air Force Claims It Can Strike Pak Nuke Sites at Any Given Time

    Combataircraft.com - Military 10.07 / 09:08 combataircraft.com
    This IAF claim comes in response to Pakistani Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi's statement that Islamabad can use nuclear weapons to thwart any Indian attempt to enter Pakistani…
  2. For India, What China Can Bring to Tibet Matters; Not What it Possesses

    Combataircraft.com - Military 10.07 / 09:08 combataircraft.com
    The Indian Air Force has been operating at its lowest combat strength in more than a decade. It is down to 33 squadrons as against a mandated 42 squadrons needed for a simultaneous and collusive two-front war scenario with Pakistan and…
  3. What the J-20 Fighter's Arrival Means for China's Power Projection Capabilities

    Combataircraft.com - Military 10.07 / 09:08 combataircraft.com
    The People's Liberation Army Air Force (PLAAF) has officially commissioned the Chengdu J-20 fifth-gen stealth fighter into military service, with testing underway to make the plane fully operational. In an exclusive analysis for Sputnik, Russian military observer Vasily Kashin outlines the capabilities that the new plane…
  4. AF team fuels aerial fight to defeat ISIS

    Combataircraft.com - Military 10.07 / 04:31 combataircraft.com
    Comprised of active-duty, Guard and Reserve aircrew service members, the men and women of the 340th Expeditionary Air Refueling Squadron help project combat power by providing agile, effective air refueling in line with the objectives of the Combined Forces Air Component Command and Combined Joint Special Operations Air…
  5. Japan to Get Surveillance Drones Provided by Northrop Grumman

    Combataircraft.com - Military 10.07 / 04:31 combataircraft.com
    "Northrop Grumman Aerospace Systems, San Diego, California, has been awarded a $130,469,576 contract for the Japan Global Hawk program," the release said. "This contract includes long lead material to initiate the program for three global hawk block 30 (I) air vehicles, two ground control elements, enhanced integrated sensor suite, spares, and a site…
  6. Saab to Provide Multi-Mode Radar for USCG Offshore Patrol Cutter

    Microwavejournal.com - Military&Defense 10.07 / 04:26 microwavejournal.com
    Saab has received an order from the U.S. Navy to provide the Sea Giraffe Agile Multi Beam (AMB), Multi-Mode Radar (MMR). The order value amounts to $16.8M USD (140…
  7. Gore Exhibiting Next-Gen Fabrics, High-Performance Cables, Materials at AUSA 2017

    Microwavejournal.com - Military&Defense 10.07 / 04:26 microwavejournal.com
    Gore will be exhibiting products from both GORE® Military Fabrics and GORE® Cables and Materials–engineered to perform reliably on the battlefield and in the air–at the 2017 AUSA Annual Meeting on October 9-11 in Washington, D.C…
  8. RF GaN Market Nearing $750 Million

    Microwavejournal.com - Military&Defense 10.07 / 04:26 microwavejournal.com
    Revenue for RF GaN devices increased by slightly more than 23 percent in 2016, and demand is expected to grow, according to market research firm Strategy Analytics. Growth in defense applications, particularly radar, communications and EW, will offset flat revenue from the wireless infrastructure…
  1. Tech advances catalyze paradigm shifts in patient care

    James M. Hotaling, MD, MS Steven A. Kaplan, MD Dr. Hotaling is assistant professor of surgery (urology) at the Center for Reconstructive Urology and Men's Health, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, and Dr. Kaplan is professor of urology, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, New York.   Medicine is at a crossroads where the convergence of genetics, machine learning, bioinformatics, robotics, and point-of-care diagnostics have the ability to…
  2. Video visits in urology: How clinicians, patients benefit

    Among the many areas of telemedicine, a key opportunity exists for urologists in video visits, or “direct-to-consumer” tel…
  3. Blue light cystoscopy improves bladder Ca detection

    Blue light flexible cystoscopy (D-Light C PDD Flexible Videoscope System) with intravesical hexaminolevulinate HCl (HAL [Cysview]) for surveillance in the office setting significantly improved the detection of recurrent bladder tumors compared with white light…
  4. Flossing Gorilla Underlines the Primal Importance of Good Oral Health, says Medical Center Dental Care

    Bio-medicine.org - Medecine 10.07 / 14:53 bio-medicine.org
    Los Angeles, California (PRWEB) October 06, 2017 A September 28 article in The Daily Mail reports on the case of Kera, a Western Lowland Gorilla residing at England’s Bristol Zoo. Kera was spotted by photographer Miriam Haas, who caught her on film using a branch to clean out the spaces be…
  5. Mercy's Dr. Kevin Audlin First Physician in Mid-Atlantic Region to Use New Low-Impact Laparoscopic Surgery to Treat GYN

    Bio-medicine.org - Medecine 10.07 / 14:53 bio-medicine.org
    Baltimore, MD (PRWEB) October 07, 2017 Kevin M. Audlin, M.D., FACOG , Co-Director of The Endometriosis Center in the Institute for Gynecologic Care at Mercy Medical Center , is the first physician in the mid-Atlantic region to use the new groundbreaking low impact laparoscopic surgery…
  6. Informa Names Sixth Annual SupplySide CPG Editor’s Choice Award Winners

    Bio-medicine.org - Medecine 10.07 / 14:53 bio-medicine.org
    Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) October 06, 2017 Informa announced the winners of its 6th Annual SupplySide CPG Editor’s Choice Awards. The SupplySide and Natural Products INSIDER content team selected one consumer packaged goods (CPG) product for achievements in innovation and market impact in 27 ca…
  7. K&A Global Inc. Reveal How to Transform from Ordinary to Extraordinary

    Bio-medicine.org - Medecine 10.07 / 14:53 bio-medicine.org
    Chicago, IL (PRWEB) October 07, 2017 Rizi Khan, President of the sales and marketing collective, outlined a number of ways to transform a life from lackluster and ordinary, to exciting and extraordinary. During a morning meeting, the business owner explained: “The difference between or…
  8. Gavin Walsh of MarketStorm Global on How to Transform a Company Culture from Good to GREAT

    Bio-medicine.org - Medecine 10.07 / 14:53 bio-medicine.org
    Miami, Florida (PRWEB) October 07, 2017 With offices across the world in the U.S, U.K, and Europe, CEO of MarketStorm Global knows a thing or two about not only establishing a positive company-wide culture but maintaining it too. About MarketStorm Global: …
  1. State Meat Processing Regulations: Taking What the Feds Give

    Farmtoconsumer.org - Industries 10.07 / 17:54 farmtoconsumer.org
    The Wholesome Meat Act of 1967, legislation passed by Congress giving the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) the jurisdiction over intrastate meat slaughter and processing, ranks as one of the worst pieces of food The post State Meat Processing Regulations: Taking What the Feds Give appeared first on Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense…
  2. Transformer arrives at Trafford

    Heavyliftnews.com - Industries 10.07 / 14:37 heavyliftnews.com
    October 5 - Esprit's recently re-opened Trafford Docks in Manchester, UK has handled a 130-tonne transformer en-route from South Korea to Stalybridge. heavyliftpfi.com - News Desk Thursday 5…
  3. Incredible Incident Photo Shows British Bulk Carrier During Fertilizer Fire

    Heavyliftnews.com - Industries 10.07 / 14:37 heavyliftnews.com
    October 6, 2017 by gCaptain A new photo released by Spanish Maritime Search and Rescue Society shows just what can happen when 50,000 tons of fertilizer overheats dur…
  4. Range of Product Manufacturing Requirements

    Ben Venue Laboratories is the only source for the US that can provide the complete range of product manufacturing…
  5. IVT Membership

    The Institute of Validation Technology exclusive membership benefits…
  6. Chocks away!

    Heavyliftnews.com - Industries 10.07 / 11:17 heavyliftnews.com
    How not to level a boom lift6. October 2017 Spotted by a reader in the UK an attempt to level a boom lift up on an incline using random wood offcuts. Some care has been taken to make the best of…
  7. Mammoet expands in Australia

    Heavyliftnews.com - Industries 10.07 / 11:17 heavyliftnews.com
    Mammoet Australia's new Liebherr LTM 1250-5.1 in the new Perth yard 6. October 2017 | Comments (0) Netherlands based heavy lift group Mammoet has opened two new locations i…
  8. Spider lift overturn

    Heavyliftnews.com - Industries 10.07 / 11:17 heavyliftnews.com
    The platform overturned to the front 6. October 2017 A spider lift overturned onto a truck mounted platform in Scarborough, UK yesterday injuring the operator.  The incident occurred around …