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ALL invests in transport equipment

ALL Crane, part of the ALL Family of Companies, will take delivery of 212 trucks and trailers throughout 2019 to broaden its ability to offer door-to-door crane services. 

The order includes 40 Peterbilt trucks, 12 Nelson removable gooseneck trailers and 160 Manac dropdeck trailers. 

Of the Manac trailers, 100 are 14.6 m spread axle units, which can accommodate 9,072 kg (9.1 tonnes) per axle. The remainder consists of 50 tandem axles, four quad axles and six aluminium flatbeds.

“This package demonstrates our continued commitment to investing in whatever it takes to get equipment to customers, wherever and whenever they need it,” explained Jimmy Hill, senior logistics manager. “We are able to easily move cranes across the country or across town to keep customers' projects on schedule.” 

ALL Crane's specialised transport divisions operate throughout the USA and Canada. 

www.allcrane.com

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