New Kato for Savage

By Alex Dahm12 December 2017

As soon as it joined the fleet Savage Cranes put its new Kato CR-200Ri city crane straight to work on a wide range of projects.

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Kato CR-200Ri for Savage Crane

Savage bought the 20 tonne capacity machine from European Kato dealer Rivertek Services to replace an older city crane.

Commenting on his new acquisition, Dave Savage said, “It is performing very well. It is out on hire four or five days a week every week and we are really impressed with the 5.8 metre hydraulic fly jib. It has a long main boom of 28 m, two winches and is extremely versatile. For us it is a very busy crane.”

Savage Crane is based in Kent, South East England, and has a fleet of cranes up to 350 tonnes capacity.

 

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