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Heartland Construction Division Publications
Heartland Construction Division is part of Heartland Communications Group Inc., a full-service publisher specializing in agriculture, construction, aviation, and industrial machinery. The Construction Division has produced publications for nearly 50 years, including Contractors Hot Line, Parts Connection, Crane & Rigging Hot Line, Lift and Access, and Lift & Hoist International print magazines, plus a variety of annual guides, weekly digital publications, and monthly updates. Visit for more information.

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CRHL_logoCrane & Rigging Hot Line magazine
Serving the North American market, Crane & Rigging Hot Line represents the crane industry’s national marketplace by connecting buyers and sellers of new and used cranes and rigging products and educating equipment users and owners about products, technical and safety issues, as well as industry trends. Specific products covered include all types of mobile cranes, tower cranes and self erectors, and rigging gear. Crane & Rigging Hot Line is the No. 1 choice among general contractors, heavy construction contractors, specialty trades, and crane rental companies.

LiftandAccesslogoLift and Access magazine
Serving the North American market, Lift and Access magazine utilizes the print medium to deliver in-depth reporting on products, trends, technologies, and safety issues as they relate to personnel and material handling equipment used in construction. Specific products covered include aerial work platforms, rough-terrain forklifts, and mobile cranes (less than 150 tons). Lift and Access is to the No. 1 choice among contractors, rental centers, and equipment dealers.

lhi_logo_1Lift and Hoist International magazine
Lift & Hoist International (LHI) magazine offers you unrivalled coverage of overhead lifting equipment and competing material handling technologies across Europe and around the world. Some 8,000 key buyers from Europe’s leading industrial end user and manufacturing industries personally receive each issue of LHI for the latest information on new equipment and technologies that help them perform their jobs better and safer.


CRC Canada – November 9-10, 2015
The Crane & Rigging Conference (CRC) Canada will return to Edmonton for a fourth  time in 2014 where, again, the region’s key crane and hoist decision makers will be present to promote the sharing of information for improved best practices. The 2013 event featured the Canadian Hoisting & Rigging Safety Council (CHRSC), which will return this year as part of a two-day program of industry-leading presentations and safety topics.

CRC/ICHC – 2016 Dates To Be Announced
Whether the project manager, fleet or facility manager, safety leader, operator, or rigger is in attendance, the Crane & Rigging Conference offers sessions that will help personnel apply new regulations; evaluate and safely prepare the work environment; hone inspection skills; manage and maintain equipment; and learn from colleagues and competitors. Held in conjunction with the Industrial Crane & Hoist Conference, CRC is geared toward users of mobile cranes working in construction and heavy industrial environments. A trade show component of the event allows industry vendors to provide information directly to those who use cranes and related components.

SAF-T Conference – Monthly Webinars – Visit Website for Schedule of Events

This series of Webinars and live events address the safety concerns of the industry. Held monthly, these webinars are extremely well attended, cover a

Lift and Access Showcase – 2016 Schedule To Be Determined
The  Lift and Access Showcase & Symposium allows editors, equipment and component manufacturers, and end users to come together in one location for hands-on lift equipment operation, demonstrations, product walk-arounds and testing of lifting products. Table-top displays and booths staffed by knowledgeable equipment, component and service providers offer a unique opportunity to learn even more about the lifting industry. The event allows attendees to gather specific information on the products they use so they can make more informed buying decisions throughout the year.

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