In January 2017, two crane operators were killed by a fire in a crane assembly plant in the Philippines.
The accident, which left four people dead, was one of several disasters that happened across the country that year.
Now, the crane that was once used for this factory has been reborn as a brand new crane for a crane factory in Malaysia.
It’s called Davit.
The Davit crane is a replica of a factory crane.
It has the same construction as a factory, but is meant to withstand high winds and other extreme conditions.
The factory, located in Davit, is in the eastern part of Malaysia, and the factory’s owners were planning to relocate to a new location to further expand their operations.
But a disaster struck.
A fire swept through the factory building, which was being assembled to make a crane that would be used to lift the factory crane onto the roof of a building, according to Reuters.
A crane collapsed on top of the factory and caused massive damage to its structure, which meant that the factory would have to be rebuilt from scratch.
But instead of relocating the factory, the Davit factory chose to rebuild it, building a new crane.
This new crane is capable of holding a maximum of 40,000 tons and can be lifted to the top of a skyscraper.
In the same year, Davit’s company bought a new factory, adding a new roof for a factory that was also built by the company.
The new crane will now be able to lift a crane at a height of 2,800 meters.
This is more than double the height of a previous crane, and it is the tallest crane in the world.
“I don’t think it’s too tall, but I can imagine it is higher than a helicopter or a drone, because of the construction, and I think that will give it more stability,” Davit Crane president and CEO John Davit told Reuters.
“We’re not saying that it’s going to be able do it, but we can do it.
And I think the sky is the limit for Davit.”
The company has also begun work on a new version of the Davite crane, which will be able lift a greater load of machinery.
The new crane weighs 2,500 tons, but it will be more flexible and will be capable of carrying higher loads, according the company’s website.
It will be powered by a diesel engine and can operate for more than 20 years.
“We’re definitely looking forward to a long, long future with Davit,” Davitt Crane President and CEO David Davit said.