These four points, and of course all other challenges, require specific knowledge and experience and require a great problem-solving capacity. And that’s exactly what we are so good at. I am surrounded by some very clever people who enjoy solving problems and making the impossible possible. Only recently, a customer came to us with a number of identical cranes. Oddly enough, the majority of them functioned well, but a few cranes were continuously experiencing problems. These cranes have, therefore, not been put into operation. By closely examining the design, we quickly saw the underlying problem. Due to the scale enlargement of these cranes, the rigidness of the construction had decreased which resulted in more movement than is desirable. Fortunately, we have been able to provide a solution for our customer.
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