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Alistair Group adds in Mozambique

Alistair Group has expanded its fleet of lifting equipment in Mozambique.

The Northern Mozambique fleet now includes a 165-ton (149.7-tonne) capacity crawler crane, a 130-ton (117.9-tonne) rough-terrain crane and another unit featuring a maximum payload of 65 tons (59 tonnes).

The extra machinery is part of the company’s ongoing expansion in the East Africa region. Alistair Group said it will also be expanding its fleets in other areas of East and Southern Africa in the coming months.

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