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Sin Heng builds fleet in Indonesia

Indonesian dealer PT SH Machinery is to add four all-terrain Grove cranes to its stock.





The GMK4100L cranes will arrive in the first quarter of 2019 and will offer a 100-tonne maximum lift capacity and 60-m Twin-Lock boom on a compact four-axle carrier.

Its maximum tip height can extend to 85 m through the addition of jib attachments and the crane also features the latest ergonomic GMK chassis cab.

Tan Cheng Guan, executive director of PT SH’s Singapore-based parent company Sin Heng Heavy Machinery, said: “Grove cranes are easier to manoeuvre and set up. This makes them particularly well-suited to Indonesia’s fast-growing economy with its increasingly congested cities.”

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