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Imperial upgrades fleet

USA-based Imperial Crane Services has taken delivery of two Tadano GR-750XL rough-terrain cranes.

The 75-ton (68-tonne) capacity crane has a main boom length of 141 ft (43 m), with a 58 ft (17.7 m) long swing away jib.

The units were added as part of Imperial Crane’s fleet upgrade programme. The company said it will be unveiling additional equipment in the weeks to come, including new Grove and Liebherr cranes.

imperialcrane.com

www.tadano.com

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