Delicately and accurately handling glass for Viridian Trade Centre

Australia’s largest glass supplier, Viridian, is using a 5t Konecranes CXT crane to delicately and accurately handle glass at its new all-inclusive glass trading centre, Viridian Trade Centre in Rosebery, Sydney.

Viridian is one of the many nationally trusted and recognised brand names under CSR Limited, which provides building products for residential and commercial construction.Viridian and CSR have a strong commitment to quality, service and safety, which is shared by Konecranes.

Read more at: www.manmonthly.com.au/News/Delicately-and-accurately-handling-glass-for-Virid

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Date: 30 June 2015
Source: www.manmonthly.com.au

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