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Gruas Leman gets a Liebherr lift

Spanish crane rental contractor Gruas Leman has taken delivery of three mobile cranes from Liebherr.

The order comprises a 130-tonne capacity LTM 1130-5.1, with a 60 m telescopic boom; a 200-tonne capacity LTM 1200-5.1, with a 72 m telescopic boom; and a LTM 1300-6.2, which features a maximum lifting capacity of 300 tonnes and a boom length of 78 m.

Miguel Angel Malo, co-proprietor of Gruas Leman, said: "By modernising our fleet with machines featuring the very latest mobile crane technology, we can offer our customers significant added value, thus strengthening our market position."

Based in Tarragona, Gruas Leman operates a fleet of cranes with a lifting capacity ranging between 25 and 500 tonnes.

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