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Air-Marine adds crawler capacity

Malaysia’s Air-Marine Group has taken delivery of a Demag CC 3800-1 lattice boom crawler crane. 

According to William Chiew, group managing director for Air-Marine Group, the company selected this model because of its strong performance and ability to be further upgraded with a Boom Booster Kit.

“The CC 3800-1 is easy to transport, can be rigged quickly, has a superb load chart, working range and low operational cost,” explained Chiew.

The crawler crane can lift up to 650 tonnes at a 12 m radius and features a 195 m maximum tip/sheave height. 

“This lattice boom crawler crane model gives us the right combination of a compact footprint and heavy lift capacity required to perform challenging jobs in Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia and the Philippines,” added Chiew.

The crane joins Air-Marine Group’s fleet of more than 36 Demag cranes.

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