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Myshak calls in reinforcement for wind power

Canadian Crane and heavy haul contractor Myshak Crane & Rigging is due to take delivery of two Liebherr mobile cranes.

Garnet Clark (Myshak Equipment) Cristopher Neurauter (Liebherr -  Canada Ltd.) Jim Myshak (Myshak Sales & Rentals) Jason Dashney (Myshak Crane &  Rigging Ltd.)

The two Liebherr LG 1750 SC lattice boom mobile cranes will become the most powerful cranes in the Myshak fleet and will be used predominantly for erecting wind turbines.

The company also purchased the SX boom system to enable the assembly of turbines measuring 140 m high.

myshakgroup.com

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