Bylor buys Grove RT

By Christian Shelton03 April 2019

Bylor, a joint venture between UK engineering company Laing O’Rourke and French engineering company Bouygues TP, has bought a new Grove RT550E rough terrain crane made by manufacturer Manitowoc and supplied by UK Grove dealer Crowland Cranes. The crane will be used to aid construction of the Hinkley Point C nuclear power station project in Somerset, UK.

John McCoppin, Bylor general plant manager, said, “The Grove crane has been a welcome addition to our ever-growing fleet. In this lift range, it is very flexible and because of its driver friendly operation our crew love it.”

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Bylor’s new Grove RT550E supplied by Crowland Cranes

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