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New 100 RT from Link-Belt
Crane manufacturer Link-Belt has announced a new 100 US ton (90 tonne) capacity rough terrain crane. The 100RT will be launched during an event at the US manufacturer's factory in September
First Tadano GR-500EXL goes to Kanson
Kanson Crane Service, a leading crane rental company in Hong Kong, has taken delivery of the first Tadano GR-500EXL rough terrain crane
Mexican auction for Ritchie Bros
Rough terrain cranes are among the 1,300 lots in the Ritchie Bros auction being held in Polotitlán, Mexico, on 18 and 19 June 2015
Space constraints for Cocon Wohnbau
German lifting service provider Cocon Wohnbau, based in Königswusterhausen, chose a Sennebogen 613 telescopic boom crane to help build a block of apartments in Berlin
Lauer Engineering helps expand Rio subway
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil-based Lauer Engineering used a Grove RT765E-2 rough terrain crane to help build part of Rio de Janeiro’s underground railway
New Tadano RT with right hand drive
Crane manufacturer Tadano in Japan is offering its new GR-500EXL rough terrain crane with a choice of right- or left-hand drive configuration
New Tadano for AMS
Aertssen Machinery Services has taken delivery of a new 145 tonne capacity Tadano GR-1450EX rough terrain crane on three axle carrier
New Link-Belt RT for Expertise Industrial
Rental company Expertise Industrial Services in Saudi Arabia has taken delivery of a new Link-Belt RTC-8050 Series II rough terrain crane
Steering for success
The rough terrain crane is classed as a versatile, robust and cost effective tool. Laura Hatton finds out what new models are available
Multi-billion project for Universal Cranes
Australian crane rental company Universal Cranes has put Grove rough terrain cranes to work on a multi-billion dollar LNG project in Australia
New Manitowoc models at bauma China 2014
Crane manufacturer Manitowoc will launch two new Potain flat top tower cranes at the Bauma China exhibition in Shanghai in November
Mine expansion for Grove RTs
Graña y Montero Holdings’ construction company (GyM) is using a fleet of Grove rough terrain cranes to help with the expansion of an open-pit copper and molybdenum mine in southern Peru
Hewden adds cranes to Core Fleet project
UK-based rental company extends Core Fleet Guarantee project, introduced in 2013, to include its three most requested cranes
Mega rail build for Grove
Eighteen Grove rough terrain cranes have been put to work in tough desert conditions on a new 130 km rail line construction project in Algeria
Universal takes on Grove for UK
A division of The Crowland Cranes Group, Universal Cranes, has been appointed the exclusive UK dealer for Manitowoc’s Grove rough terrain and Yardboss industrial cranes
Highway build for Afcons
Indian construction company, Afcons Infrastructure Limited, is using 19 Grove rough terrain cranes for the Jammu to Udhampur Highway road building project in India
RT550E gets to work in Singapore
Construction company Daiya Engineering & Construction has taken delivery of the first Grove RT550E rough terrain crane in Singapore
Chunjo Construction adds 50 Groves
South Korea-based Chunjo Construction has ordered 50 new Grove RT770E rough terrain cranes to add to its rental fleet
Link-Belt to showcase RTC-8080 Series II
Crane manufacturer Link-Belt will show the 80 US ton (75 tonne) capacity RTC-8080 Series II at the 2014 ConExpo show in Las Vegas
Link-Belt adds Peruvian distributor
Material handling equipment distributor, Montacargas Zapler of Peru (Zapler), has been named as Link-Belt’s new South American distributor
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