Crane goes on a secret mission

By Laura Hatton24 April 2013

The model CR335DME lifting the giant star

The model CR335DME lifting the giant star

Russian crane company LTECH has provided a mini crawler crane for a private light show in the centre of Moscow.

For the event a model CR335DME lifted a giant star 10 metres high. The CR335DME has a working height of 12.55 m and weighs less than 4 tonnes. The model was chosen because of its short length of 4.14 m and width of 1.3 m.

Speaking on the event, a company spokesperson from LTECH said that the model CR335DME satisfied the clients’ requirements because of its compact dimensions and great lifting height.

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