https://www.dieci.com/web/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/Un-Hangar-per-Icarus.jpg 620 1920 alessandro https://www.dieci.com/web/wp-content/uploads/2018/03/logo10-1.png alessandro2018-05-23 16:15:492019-06-27 10:55:30The Icarus telehandler taking care of aircraft at Wonderboom airport
That the name of Icarus is linked to the world of aviation is also proved by these images. At the Wonderboom airport, north of Pretoria (South Africa), an Icarus 40.17 is used in the delicate unloading and assembly maneuvers of aircraft sent for periodic maintenance.
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Crete, the cradle of the Minoan civilization, is the largest of the Greek islands, strategically placed almost in the center of the Mediterranean. Its strategic position was the cause of numerous invasions, which occurred over the centuries: first by the Ancient Greeks, and then Romans, Byzantines, Muslims, Venetians and Ottomans, until the final unification with the Greek state in 1913, and at battles of the Second World War.
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It could almost be an expressionist landscape by Edvard Munch. This is the home of Norsk Wavin, the only Norwegian factory operated by Wavin, the world’s biggest manufacturer of plastic tubes for the civil engineering, manufacturing, construction, healthcare, water, gas, and telecommunications sectors. The group has fourteen subsidiaries in twenty-five European countries. Norsk Wavin mostly makes tubes for industrial electrical equipment, drainage and telecommunications, and exports them to Norway, Sweden, Finland, and Denmark.