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McNally-Nimergood gets a lift

September 23 - McNally-Nimergood has added a 400-tonne capacity Liebherr LTM 1400-7.1 mobile crane to its fleet.

The crane, which was manufactured by Liebherr in Ehingen, was shipped to Baltimore, Maryland, before being loaded onto 13 low loader trailers and transported to the McNally-Nimergood site in Saginaw.

On arrival in Saginaw, the company erected the crane, conducted tests and commissioned the heavy-duty crane, making McNally-Nimergood the first crane contractor in Michigan to operate an LTM 1400-7.1 in its fleet.

The crane, which has a maximum radius of 100 m, has already completed several jobs in the US state.

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