Potain

Po·tain

(pō-tăn[h]'),
Pierre C.E., French physician, 1825-1901. See: Potain sign.
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Four of the cranes are of the US brand Terex Comedil (2x 14t lift capacity; 2x 10t capacity), while two are from France's Manitowoc Potain and one is a Spanish Linden Comansa model.
Among the new products are the two tower crane operator elevators unveiled in June - the internally installed CabLift which is only available for Potain tower cranes and the externally -mounted Alimak TCL - as well as a medium range construction hoist and a new line of mastclimbing work platforms.
He has been with Manitowoc since 2001 when it acquired the Potain Group whom he had served with since 1995.
Manitowoc[acute accent]s Potain brand has since its inception in La Clayette, France, in 1928, been the world leader in tower crane production, with more than 100,000 cranes sold and installed around the world.
At the 4,800-MW Medupi Power Station, six Manitowoc crawler cranes, three Potain tower cranes and one Grove GTK1100 mobile telescoping crane were deployed for the civil and engineering works at the project, which is expected to be completed next year.
We are using the Potain cranes, a French brand, that we buy from Dubai through NFT.
But it was full-back and warehouseman Emond Potain who summed up the Yeading mood when he claimed today: "The Newcastle United players bleed like we bleed.
The 15,000m 2 facility will also be used for the provision of spare parts, training, and aftersales support to Potain 's Turkish customers.
Manitowoc features products including Grove mobile telescoping cranes, Manitowoc lattice boom crawler cranes, Potain tower cranes, National Crane boom trucks and Shuttlelift industrial cranes in its range.
Sigdo Koppers is an engineering and construction company that at present run 50 Grove Rough Terrain and All Terrain cranes, 15 Potain tower cranes, and 5 Manitowoc lattice boom cranes.
Dawes is a certified dealer of new equipment for Broderson, Elliott, Genie, Gradall, JLG, Link-Belt, Lull, National Boom Trucks, Peiner, Potain, Skyjack, Sky Trak, Snorkel, Shuttlelift, and Terex for Wisconsin.
As the parent company of Grove mobile cranes, Potain tower cranes, and of course, its eponymous crawler cranes, it was hardly surprising that Manitowoc Cranes proved to be one of the busiest crane manufacturers in the GCC during 2014.