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Scott-Macon adds with Tadano

USA-based Scott-Macon Equipment has purchased four Tadano Mantis telescopic boom crawler cranes.

From left to right: Julie Fuller, Tadano Mantis; Allan Woodruff, Scott-Macon; Anita Woodruff, Scott-Macon; Alexander Scott, Scott-Macon; Robert Dimmitt, Scott‐Macon; Kozo Yoshida, Tadano Mantis; James Land, Tadano Mantis.

The deal includes two GTC-800s with a lifting capacity of 88 tons (80 tonnes); a 66-ton (60-tonne) capacity GTC-600; and a GTC-350 featuring a lifting capacity of 35 tons (31.8 tonnes).

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