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Tork talks up new crane

November 10 - Turkish heavy haulier Tork Industrial Logistics Solutions has invested in a new 1,100-tonne capacity Enerpac gantry crane, as well as a Scheuerle Power Booster.

"Our gantry crane has the highest lifting capacity in Turkey and the region," said Tork managing partner Serhat Basegmez. "It can be used for the indoor assembly of super heavy machinery, where the ceiling height does not allow the utilisation of regular cranes. This is also a more cost-effective solution."

Basegmez added that its new Power Booster is perfect when working in areas that are narrow and difficult to manoeuvre.

"This new investment, along with our 2016 investment plans, will strengthen out fleet and enable us to create even better solutions for our clients," he added.

 

 

www.torkprojects.com

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