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City Lifting adds Grove

September 24 - London based crane rental company City Lifting has acquired its first Grove GMK6400 all-terrain crane.

The six-axle crane, which has a capacity of 400 tonnes, will join the company's existing GMK6300L model that was added to its fleet last year.

The new heavy-duty crane features a single engine design, 79 m fly jib, and the choice of three available outrigger positions, said Manitowoc.

City Lifting's new Grove also comes with a 60 m boom, MegaWingLift capacity-enhancing attachment and fast set-up times.

 

 

www.manitowoccranes.com

www.citylifting.co.uk

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