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Confederation Bridge
New Brunswick, Canada

Connecting mainland New Brunswick to Prince Edward Island, Confederation Bridge is one of the longest bridges in the world. During construction, builders needed a winch to pull the concrete forms between pillars because no boat or crane was stable enough to do the job.

Tork Winch-Posilok (a subsidiary of Jeamar Winches Corporation) provided a solution, and the bridge was completed in June 1997.