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Aertssen lifts with Liebherr

Aertssen Kranen has added two Liebherr LTC 1050-3 mobile cranes to its fleet.

Featuring a maximum lifting capacity of 50 tonnes, the LTC 1050-3 mobile cranes are equipped with a 36 m main boom.

According to Aertssen Kranen, the cranes were added to its fleet in early May in response to a growing demand for compact cranes.

The Belgium-based company added that the operator's cabin can be lifted for optimal overview of the lifting activities.

 

www.aertssen.be

www.liebherr.com

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