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All orders 15 Liebherr RT cranes
The All group has ordered 15 units of Liebherr's new rough terrain cranes that will make thier debut at the 2017 ConExpo show in the USA
Historic ‘Mexico bridges’ are back where they belong
Two heritage bridges in Ghent have been renovated with the help of Belgian crane company Aertssen Kranen
Kato CR-130Ri delivered to Mammoet UK
Mammoet UK has taken delivery of a new Kato CR-130Ri wheeled mobile telescopic crane from European Kato distributor Rivertek Services based in Ireland
Rough terrain return for Liebherr cranes
20 years after discontinuing its last RT model, Liebherr announces two new rough terrain machines to be launched at ConExpo 2017
PT Freeport adds Grove RTs for tough mine site
Indonesia-based mining company PT Freeport - operating one of the largest copper and gold mines in the world - has added three Grove rough terrain (RT) cranes to its fleet
Orascom buys 24 Grove rough terrains
Egypt-based Orascom Construction (OC) has further expanded its Manitowoc fleet with an order for 24 new Grove rough terrain cranes
NES Rentals buys 23 Terex rough terrains
Chicago, USA-based NES Rentals has ordered 23 Terex rough terrain cranes for its rental fleet. The new models will be in capacities from 27 to 64 tonnes
Two new rough terrain cranes from Grove
At the 2016 Bauma exhibition Grove introduced two new rough terrain cranes - GRT8100 and GRT880 - debuting the new naming system of GRT (Grove rough terrain)
Grove RT550E helps build Lyon stadium
A Grove RT550E rough terrain crane is the latest Manitowoc equipment to be installed at the construction site of an iconic football stadium in Lyon, France
RT crane training module from Vortex
A rough terrain crane training simulator module has been launched by Montreal, Canada-based CM Labs Simulations
Eight new Tadanos for Bragg Crane
Crane rental company Bragg Crane Service, based in California, USA, has taken delivery of eight new Tadano GR-900XL rough terrain cranes
Rough terrains: A growing interest
The main market for rough terrain cranes has shifted and manufacturers are introducing upgrades and new higher capacity models. Laura Hatton finds out more
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
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