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Gustav Seeland adds to fleet

Hamburg-based Gustav Seeland is expanding its fleet with an MK 88 Plus mobile crane.


The four-axle unit has a hook height of approximately 60 m. Gustav Seeland said the crane is particularly suitable for roof refurbishment projects, facade construction, and the installation of air conditioning systems.

Johann Evers, Gustav Seeland ceo, added: “Investments into our fleet are highly important for us, so that we can continue to be flexible and efficient for our customers. Thanks to our technical innovations, we are in a position to work even more efficiently and to increase the productivity of our company.”

www.seeland-hamburg.de

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