Richard Warriner, the president of Fort Worth, Texas-based crane component specialist Flow in Motion LLC, was again among headline speakers at the Association for Iron & Steel Technology’s (AIST) Crane Symposium, which took place 7-9 June at the Omni William Penn Hotel, in Pittsburgh, Pa.
This was the ninth occasion that Warriner has addressed delegates at the annual event, which took place for the 22nd time this year. Regular attendees include plant maintenance staff; applications, electrical, mechanical, safety, service and design engineers; operations and maintenance personnel and management; and those who supply parts, equipment and services to the industry.
Founded in 2012 Flow in Motion provides a range of components from industry leading manufacturers, including operator cab specialist Merford Cabins, of Holland. Merford cabs are designed around the biomechanics of the human body. The entire cab is designed to provide the ultimate working environment, ranging from reduction of sound reverberation to the angles of the windows, designed to eliminate blinding reflection off the glass.
Warriner said: “It is always an honor and a privilege to address an audience hungry for practical information who strive to make overhead cranes the safest, most reliable, durable machinery and equipment in the steel industry.”