Why the world’s largest crane is in Bristol A crane strong enough to lift 32 single-storey houses in one go has been shipped to Bristol Port. The world’s largest crane is on a journey to Hinkley Point, where it will undertake all the heaviest lifts required to construct the nuclear power station. The SGC-250 crane was built last year in Belgium by heavy lift equipment business Sarens and was divided into parts and shipped to Avonmouth Dock from Ghent. It will be stored at the port until it makes the short onward journey to the construction site in Somerset.
Bristol Post 29th May 2019 read more »