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The utility's new service center can accommodate all of Mon Power's trucks and most of its equipment. Photo via Flickr/FirstEnergy Corp.


W.Va. Utility Moves to Facility with More Space for Fleet

Mon Power (W.Va.) has moved to a new service center with more enclosed space for its fleet after a 2016 flood swamped the old center's outdoor storage yard.

Photo courtesy of Oklahoma Gas & Electric


Oklahoma Gas & Electric Saves with Auxiliary Power System

Using Volta's Electric Auxiliary Power System, OG&E workers can operate equipment with the engine off for a greener operation, a quiet service, and a more efficient fleet.

Photo courtesy of DICA


DICA to Introduce New Outrigger Pads, Product Updates at ICUEE

DICA will introduce Cavity Pad Plus outrigger pads and reveal design updates to ProStack interlocking cribbing at the International Construction & Utility Equipment Expo (ICUEE), to be held Oct. 3-5 in Louisville, Ky.

Four products from the new Optima Series of aerial devices will be on display at ICUEE. Photo courtesy of Terex Utilities


Terex to Debut New Products at ICUEE

Terex Utilities will debut the Optima Series of aerial devices and showcase significant enhancements and live demonstrations at the International Construction & Utility Equipment Expo (ICUEE) in October.


CICB to Host Crane Training at ICUEE 2017

Crane Inspection & Certification Bureau announced it will host Articulating Boom Crane Operator preparatory training at the International Construction and Utility Equipment Exposition (ICUEE) in October.

Photo via Flickr/Western Area Power


Utility Professionals Invited to Comment on New Construction Standards

The Construction Services voluntary standard has been developed by the Electric Utility Industry Sustainable Supply Chain Alliance to support utilities with identifying sustainable practices in the area of construction services.

Photo via Wikimedia/Willmar Municipal Utilities


Boom Truck Knocks Down Power Poles

More than 1,000 Northern California residents were left without power for nearly 24 hours after a city-owned utility truck hit power poles.


JLG Opens East Coast Parts Distribution Center in Atlanta

JLG anticipates the additional distribution center to improve parts availability, provide quicker delivery times, and lower freight costs.

Image courtesy of Crane Industry Services


Crane Industry Services Expands NCCER Offerings in Northeast

New England Crane School in New Hampshire and Cranes101 in Massachusetts are now approved as NCCER Accredited Training and Assessment Centers (ATS/AAC), under the sponsorship and support of Crane Industry Services.

Photo via Pixabay


Texas Utility Starts Drone Pilot Program

The pilot program will cost $35,000 and is expected to take about a week to complete. Video from the drone will be analyzed to identify loose connections, leaking oil, rust and deterioration, and any hot spots.


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