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J. Helaakoski adds 750-tonne unit

Finnish crane contractor J. Helaakoski has added a 750-tonne lift capacity LTM 1750-9.1 to its fleet.

 

The used nine-axle mobile crane is the most powerful positioned in Finland and one of its key features is that the entire telescopic boom can be conveyed on public roads, said Liebherr.

In terms of construction, it can be erected in a short time frame. Tomi Sulonen, operations manager at Helaakoski, said: "The LTM 1750-9.1 is peerless in its class. We also believe that we can rely on Liebherr even if we buy used cranes from the company. Its after-sales service is outstanding.”

www.liebherr.com

www.j-helaakoski.fi

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