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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