LTC gets its 150th Blokcam

By Alex Dahm06 June 2019

The latest delivery of Blokcam crane camera systems to London Tower Cranes takes the number of units owned by the UK tower crane rental and distribution company to 150.

Peter Hird at Blokcam, left, and Martin Harvey, LTC, mark the handover of the 150th camera system

Peter Hird, left, Blokcam joint managing director, presents the 150th Blokcam system purchased by London Tower Cranes, to Martin Harvey, LTC managing director

LTC bought its first system three years ago and marked the acquisition of its 100th unit in July 2018. It has its own specialists who fit and support them in-house and staff members have attended Blokcam product training programmes.

Martin Harvey, LTC managing director, said, “The quality, ability, and value of their camera systems are second to none. We’ve found Blokcam to be an invaluable asset for the crane operator, for our lifting teams and for the business as a whole.”

North London-based London Tower Cranes is part of the JRL Group – John Reddington Limited - a concrete frame contractor. It was started in 2003 and is now one of the largest companies in its sector in the UK. It has a mixed fleet of more than 200 cranes, the majority of which are luffing jib models.


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