New York City proposal may boost standards for crane maintenance

The legislation would also limit the age of cranes used in New York City.

December 19, 2013

New York City may boost maintenance standards for cranes operating in the city, including the addition of load cycle counters to record data regarding every lift that a crane performs. The legislation would also limit the age of cranes used in New York City to no more than 25 years.

(http://www.khl.com/magazines/international-cranes-and-specialized-transport/detail/item90824/Proposal-to-limit-age-of-cranes-in-New-York-City)

         
 

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