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heavy lifting

n. Informal
Serious or difficult work: credited her for doing all the heavy lifting on the project.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.heavy lifting - difficult workheavy lifting - difficult work; "the boss hoped the plan would succeed but he wasn't willing to do the heavy lifting"
work - activity directed toward making or doing something; "she checked several points needing further work"
colloquialism - a colloquial expression; characteristic of spoken or written communication that seeks to imitate informal speech
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Given their heavy lifting capacities, crane pumps form an integral part across various industries such as shipping, automobile, construction, metal manufacturing, oil & gas and others where everyday activities require the lifting and transportation of heavy equipment to be performed by hydraulic cranes.
As heavy lifting and transport play a pivotal role in industrial construction projects, Mammoet is gearing up in Abu Dhabi to facilitate these ambitious plans, it added.
Meanwhile, Mammoet has also partnered with marine equipment owners to support its barge and tug fleet in the emirate, and the statement added: "Mammoet delivers streamlined heavy lifting and transport plans that secure the successful construction of any facility.
With more than 26 years of experience in heavy lifting, Al Faris said it took adherence to the best HSE practices very seriously and all safety matters were discussed in detail with the client prior to the commencement of the operation.
Founded in 2014 by managing director, Eng Blake Hammon, HLD provides engineering services for New Zealand's heavy lifting segment, following previous success in New South Wales, Australia.
The ProfiTI range operates from either a 4 or 6 bar air supply and the hoists in the 3 to 50 tonne lift capacity range are said to be ideal for medium to heavy lifting requirements.
LIFT OFF Specialist heavy lifting vessel Lone leaves the River Tyne after loading up its cargo
The Huisman range of heavy lifting equipment includes mast cranes, pedestal cranes, knuckleboom cranes, floating cranes, land based cranes and wind turbine installation cranes.
Selantic, manufacturing slings, tethers and other products for heavy lifting equipments, generates annual revenues of some USD10m.
He said it had put off the heavy lifting needed to reduce the pounds 178bn deficit, for five years or more.
Both are employed by John Gibson Projects in Middlesbrough which specialises in hydraulic heavy lifting systems.