Potain

Po·tain

(pō-tăn[h]'),
Pierre C.E., French physician, 1825-1901. See: Potain sign.
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Manitowoc has expanded its MCT range of topless cranes with the launch of the new Potain MCT 325, a model designed to deliver easier transport and assembly with high efficiency and reliability on construction projects.
UAE-based tower crane supplier and Potain dealer NFT currently have 208 tower cranes on hire between Abu Dhabi, Dubai, and Sharjah.
It designs, manufactures and distributes cranes under the Manitowoc, the Potain and the Grove brands and a line of hydraulically powered telescopic boom trucks under the National Crane brand.
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.
The thermocautery, the Potain aspirator, the metallic bladder catheter, instruments for blood transfusions, lumbar puncture needles, among others, were safeguarded by the care professionals, who were their safe keepers, overseers, and caretakers, but not their users.
"We are using the Potain cranes, a French brand, that we buy from Dubai through NFT.
NFT Cranes will also be taking advantage of the space offered by the outside Live Demonstration area to showcase two of their specialty products - Potain's Igo 50, and Orbit Hoist.
It will manufacture four models of Manitowoc's Potain brand tower cranes for customers in Russia, the C.I.S.
(128) Critical to the resolution of the case was the fact that defendants Mitsubishi, Potain, Johnson, and Tucker (129) submitted a joint bid proposal to the Chinese government; none of the defendants was a subcontractor and the only sales transaction was to be between the joint bidders and their Chinese
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 article consists essentially of a critique of those writers who comment on France's recent defeat and praise Potain, but who are unwilling to go the final step and establish finally who is responsible for the war.