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Pick and carry crane from JMG Cranes named finalist for Swedish Steel Prize 2017

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/ ins . JMG Cranes has been named a finalist for the Swedish Steel Prize 2017 for developing the MC 580, a new pick and carry crane that is best in class, with a high payload and an easy to transport design.

Mining vehicle from Fermel named finalist for Swedish Steel Prize 2017

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/ins . For developing the Maverick range of dedicated light duty vehicles (LDV) for mining, which provide maintenance, repair and lifecycle advantages never before seen on the market, Fermel has been named a finalist for the Swedish Steel Prize 2017.

Swedish Steel Prize 2017 finalists lead the way with innovative design concepts

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/INS. Truly innovative design concepts pushing utilization of high-strength steels to the limits characterize this year’s four finalists for the Swedish Steel Prize. The winner will be announced at a ceremony in Stockholm on May 11.

Ponsse wins Swedish Steel Prize 2015

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<p>Ponsse wins Swedish Steel Prize 2015. ©SSAB</p>

/INS . This year’s winner of the international Swedish Steel Prize is Ponsse from Finland. The prize is awarded for the company’s new generation of forest harvester, the Scorpion. Ponsse has with high-strength steel realized a revolutionary design which improves both performance and comfort.

Terex Cranes innovative Boom Booster Kit named finalist for 2015 Swedish Steel Prize

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<p><br />TEREX Cranes Germany, adaptable crane section (Boom Booster), Germany. </p> (photo: CHRISTIAN LANG)

/INS . With its innovative Boom Booster Kit, global crane manufacturer Terex Cranes can dramatically increase the performance of its existing cranes. The Boom Booster Kit is an easy-to-assemble and transport boom system that increases crane load capacity more than 90 percent. Terex Cranes Germany is one of four finalists for this year’s Swedish Steel Prize.