By Sonny Prior2018-07-26T13:30:00+01:00
Ruitz, France-based crane service provider STL has taken delivery of a Demag AC 100-4L all-terrain crane from Terex.
The 100-tonne capacity model features a maximum main boom length of 59.4 m and an overall system length of 81.7 m.
The compact size of the four-axle all-terrain crane was one of the primary reasons for STL’s purchase, explained Sébastien Taterka, STL president.
Associated British Ports (ABP) plans to invest around GBP4.5 million (USD6.2 million) to enhance recently acquired facilities at the port of Garston.
Morocco-based Société Chérifienne de Matériel Industriel et Ferroviaire (SCIF) has purchased two Liebherr LTM 1070-4.2 all terrain cranes and an LRT 1100-2.1 rough terrain crane.
Raimondi Middle East has erected 11 topless tower cranes at UAE-based developer Arada’s project site in Sharjah.
Sarens has salvaged the Liebherr HLC 295000 crane at the port of Rostock, Germany.
Brazilian crane contractor I.V. Guindastes has upgraded its Liebherr LR 1600/2-W narrow track crawler cranes to improve their capabilities, specifically in handling larger wind turbine components.
Tadano has expanded its series of rough-terrain cranes with three models for the European market – the GR-700EX-4, GR-900EX-4 and GR-1000EX-4.
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