Heavy lift and transport organizations and unions
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WWEA is an international non-profit association embracing the wind sector worldwide, with more than 600 members in around 100 countries. WWEA works for the promotion and worldwide deployment of wind energy technology. - WWEA provides a platform for the communication of all wind energy actors worldwide. - WWEA advises and influences national governments and international organizations. - WWEA enhances international technology transfer.
in French "Fédération Internationale des Associations de Transitaires et Assimilés", in English "International Federation of Freight Forwarders Associations", in German "Internationale Föderation der Spediteurorganisationen", was founded in Vienna/Austria on May 31, 1926. FIATA, a non-governmental organisation, represents today an industry covering approximately 40,000 forwarding and logistics firms, also known as the "Architects of Transport", employing around 8 - 10 million people in 150 countries. FIATA has consultative status with the Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) of the United Nations (inter alia ECE, ESCAP, ESCWA), the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD), and the UN Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL).
The Global Wind Organisation is an association of Wind Turbine owners and manufacturers with the aim of supporting an injury-free work environment in the wind industry. In response to the demand for recognizable Basic Safety Training (BST) in the industry the members of the GWO have developed a safety standard. The standard ensures that the work of any certified Training Provider is competent and proficient. To obtain GWO approval, organizations are subject to an in-depth audit process performed by an accredited Certification Body.
The Heavy Lift Group is an international group of specialized heavy transport companies which combine their forces to offer the best expertise and service according to customer needs. Members specialize in: Large-scale industrial project forwarding, Crane operations, Machinery installation and rigging, Vessel Chartering, Port operations, Oversized road transport, Engineering, Aircraft charters, Barge operations
Our Association was formed in 1975 and incorporated the following year by a group of concerned businessmen who felt there was a need for sling fabricators and special rigging components manufacturers to join together to form a trade association. Originally created by representatives from nine companies in the United States, in two decades the organization grew to address the needs of over 400 member companies worldwide.
The Railway Industrial Clearance Association (RICA) was founded in 1969 and is dedicated to serving the heavy and dimensional transportation industry. We are over 400 members strong and growing every year. Representation includes all aspects of logistics associated with the movement of dimensional cargo via Rail .
The Crane Industry Council of Australia (CICA) was formed in 1980 with the objective of providing one voice on matters of mutual concern to the Australian crane industry. CICA provides the opportunity for owners, marketers and end users to come together through conferences, seminars, meetings and united efforts to represent and progress the industry nationally.
proposing solutions for the technological development of the sector, information, and participating in the training, specialization and updating of equipment professionals who work in the Brazilian markets of construction. Since its foundation in 1988, SOBRATEMA has dedicated itself to proposing solutions for the technological development of the sector, disseminating knowledge and information, and participating in the training, specialization and updating of equipment professionals who work in the Brazilian markets of construction and mining.
The ASSOCIPESA - Brazilian Association has a national presence, it is connecting: heavy lifting, transport, engineering companies, Equipment & Accessories Manufacturers.
The Crane Rental Association of Ontario consists of member corporations active in the business of renting mobile cranes, concrete pumps and other heavy equipment employing the services of operating engineers to facilitate their operations; and associate member corporations who provide services to the active member companies. The primary function of the CRAO is to manage the interests of its member companies through its representation in the Employer Bargaining Agency designated to negotiate the Provincial Collective Agreement with Local 793 of the International Union of Operating Engineers.
The Crane Rental Association of Canada (CRAC) unites companies within the crane industry. The Association welcomes all crane companies, manufacturers and suppliers to the industry. Members are from across Canada and the United States; crane rental operations, manufacturers and suppliers of cranes and equipment, suppliers of services used in the specialty crane rental business in Canada.
The Danish Wind Industry Association (DWIA) is an interest and trade organization with approx. 250 members working within the Danish wind industry. As a trade organization, DWIA welcomes wind turbine manufacturers, energy companies, service companies, and consultancy firms as well as the broad group of companies supplying components to the wind industry. For over 35 years, we have promoted our members’ interests. We serve our members' interests - nationally and internationally - in cooperation with our partners. We create forums for networking and discuss the industry's challenges We are the industry's voice in the Danish parliament and in Brussels We work persistently to improve our members' global competitiveness We bring research and industry together in specific facilities and projects We work for more effective supplier relationships in the Danish wind industry and to ensure that the Danish energy policies support the development of competitive companies.
ESTA is the leading European association for the abnormal road transport and mobile crane rental industry. We represent national trade associations whose members are mobile crane and access platform, rental and abnormal road transport companies. Individual companies can become special members if there is no appropriate national association from their country.
The IRHA is the recognised national representative body of the licensed road haulage industry in the Republic of Ireland. IRHA members operate under Road Haulage Operator Licenses issued by the Department of Transport. A Road Haulage Operator's License is required where goods are carried for hire or reward in a vehicle or combination of vehicles which is in excess of 3.5 (metric) tonnes.
The Specialized Carriers and Rigging Association (SC&RA) is an international trade association of nearly 1,300 member companies from 43 nations. Members are involved in specialized transportation, machinery moving and erecting, industrial maintenance, millwrighting, crane and rigging operations, manufacturing and rental.
is the sole representative of the freight forwarding industry of the country on national and international level. At present far more than two hundreds freight forwarding companies are the members of the Association. Our main concern is to support the members of the Association in rendering the highest quality and responsible services. How we achieve this aim you can see further.
Promoting the efficiency of enterprises - members of the Union, their means of formation of a modern and efficient infrastructure in transport services in organizing and conducting transport of oversized and heavy cargoes. Raising the level of professional and technical members of the transport services on the organization and conduct of road transport of oversized and heavy cargoes.
Russian Association of Wind Power Industry - independent non-profit organization that develops wind energy market in the interests of the state. RAWI members list today includes leading global manufacturers of wind turbines, the largest Russian industrial enterprises and power engineering, engineering design companies, construction companies, research institutes and diplomatic organizations. These companies controls the Russian wind power market today.
NCCCO was formed in January 1995 as a non-profit organization with its mission to develop effective performance standards for safe crane operation to assist all segments of general industry and construction. By providing thorough, independent assessments of knowledge and skills, NCCCO aims to enhance lifting equipment safety, reduce workplace risk, improve performance records, stimulate training, and give due recognition to the professionals who work in, with, and around cranes.
AWEA is the national trade association for the U.S. wind industry – the country’s fastest growing energy industry. With thousands of wind industry members and wind policy advocates, AWEA promotes wind energy as a clean source of electricity for American consumers.