On April 16, 2015, the Commission issued its Notice of Final Determination in Certain Crawler Cranes and Components Thereof, No. 337-TA-887, finding a violation of Section 337 by respondent Sany Heavy Industry Co. and its affiliates (“Sany”). The Commission determined that imports of crawler cranes by Sany infringed a valid U.S. patent and misappropriated trade secrets of Complainant Manitowoc Cranes, LLC, a U.S. manufacturer of crawler cranes. The Commission issued a limited exclusion order prohibiting the importation of certain crawler cranes and components thereof that infringe Complainant’s patent claims and/or are manufactured using Complainant’s trade secrets for a period of ten years. The Commission also issued a cease and desist order prohibiting Sany from conducting activities in the United States on certain crawler cranes manufactured using Complainant’s trade secrets. The Commission Opinion setting forth the reasons for the Commission’s determination, which affirms-in-part and reverses-in-part the final ID issued by ALJ Shaw, is not yet public.