The following are the latest and greatest in pipe lifting technology, including vacuum lifters, pipelayers and

The following are the latest and greatest in pipe lifting technology, including vacuum lifters, pipelayers and sidebooms. LaValley Industries is proud to debut the newest member of the DECKHAND® family, DECKHAND XS. Built with the same versatility and dependability of the legendary Deckhand, Deckhand XS is designed for use on 12-16 ton excavators and can handle pipe diameters from 2”-24” utilizing its interchangeable Arms. Featuring 360° continuous rotation, tilt, and shift functions, XS deliver unmatched load control and placement. A convenient in-cab display and joystick controls allows the operator to safely operate, monitor and adjust all functions from inside the excavator cab. Load locking valves insure that the load is never dropped regardless of hydraulic pressure and the excavator’s auxiliary hydraulic circuit powers the XS even in the most adverse weather conditions. At No-Dig 2019 in Chicago, LaValley Industries will be unveiling the DECKHAND® XS along with our newest pit pump solution for the HDD industry. For operators and contractors looking for the latest pipeline and HDD technologies, the future is now. Visit us at lavalleyindustries.com or at No-Dig Booth #514. ...

‘Godzilla: King Of The Monsters’ Looks To Crush Weekend Box Office With $50M+ Opening

6TH UPDATE, SUNDAY AM FINAL: Even though Legendary/Warner Bros. Godzilla: King of the Monsters led all movies at the domestic box office, it’s with lackluster results, as the lizard has fallen below his stateside projections with $49M, per the studio – and some rivals even see the pic’s three-day lower at $47M. And per our finance sources, Godzilla‘s overseas numbers of $130M are just as ugly as him. While Kong Skull Island ‘s U.S./Canada business surged Saturday over Friday by 19%, King of the Monsters fell 17%, from $19.7M on Friday to $16.3M. Heck, the lizard was even whipped by a Blue Genie, with Aladdin leading all titles yesterday with $17.3M. Solid Thursday previews of $6.3M, great exits with 4 stars on PostTrak — why did Godzilla buckle and descend in his projections as the weekend went on from $60M+ to $51M to this? In short, business was fanboy-front loaded. Related Story Summer 2019 B.O. Rings Up $4.8B+: After Being Slaughtered By Disney, Rival Studios Ponder ‘What’s Theatrical?’ While the weekend’s frosh event title incurred rust, counter-programming for the first time in an Avengers: Endgame dominant summer thrived, with Paramount’s Rocketman ($25...