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Kobelco unveils crawler trio

Late last year, Kobelco Construction Machinery launched three models in its multipurpose hydraulic crawler crane range, featuring a maximum lifting capacity of 350 tonnes in the super heavy lift configuration.

The CK3300G-2 (North American model), CKE3000G (European model) and CKS3000 (standard model) are the largest models of Kobelco's multipurpose crawler crane CK/CKE/CKS series. The standard configuration of each model features a lifting capacity of 300 tonnes.

According to Kobelco, attachments available for the cranes include a fixed jib, heavy fixed jib and luffing jib for the standard crane configuration.

The transport width for all components is less than 3 m, and the main machine weights can be adjusted in order to meet transport restrictions.

The CK3300G-2 North American model.

 

www.kobelcocm-global.com

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