New year, new happiness. In the beginning of 2019, this widespread talk was also true for our colleagues from CASAR Australia. This is how you succeed, by landing a very exciting order for the largest tower crane in the world. It involves the new roping of a 330 t Favelle Favco tower crane with luffing jib of the Australian Marr Contracting PTY LTD. This crane will be used for 14 months starting in July, in order to construct the Canakkale 1915 suspension bridge over the Dardanelles, a strait in the Mediterranean between the Aegean and the Sea of Marmara. This suspension bridge has a width of 36 m and carries a 6-lane motorway. It is an important component of the US $2.8 billion difficult Kinali-Balikesir motorway project. The total length of the bridge is 5169 m, with the distance between the two main pillars being 2023 m. Measured at the span length it thus supersedes the Akashi-Kaikyo bridge in Japan and wins the title of "longest suspension bridge in the world". The completion date is set for 2023, which is the year of the one-hundredth anniversary of the establishment of modern Turkey.