By Paul Lucas2018-08-15T15:40:00+01:00
German crane service provider Gräser-Eschbach has taken delivery of a Demag AC 300-6 all-terrain crane from Terex.
According to Terex, this is the first unit of the 300-tonne capacity crane to be delivered to the German market.
With the main boom fully extended to a length of 80 m, the crane has a lifting capacity of 15 tonnes.
Germany-based Steil Kranarbeiten has received the first Tadano GTC-1800EX crawler crane.
MSG Krandienst (MSG) has taken delivery of a Grove GMK4100L-1 and a GMK5150L crane at the Manitowoc factory in Wilhelmshaven, Germany.
Liebherr has developed a 31 m-long boom with rope extension technology for its LTC 1050-3.1 compact crane.
Crane contractors Gruas Aguilar and Eurogruas deployed more than twenty Liebherr cranes to refurbish the Santiago Bernabéu football stadium in Madrid, Spain.
Hungary-based Dunagep has taken delivery of a Tadano Demag AC 220-5 all-terrain crane.
UAE-based shipbuilder Albwardy Damen has added a Grove GRT655L rough-terrain crane to its fleet.
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