New Tadano for AMS

By Laura Hatton16 January 2015

Tadano GR1450EX

Tadano GR1450EX

Aertssen Machinery Services (AMS), a branch of Belgian company Aertssen Kranen based in the Middle East, has taken delivery of a Tadano GR-1450EX rough terrain crane.

The company will offer the 145 tonne capacity RT for rent with an operator, a spokesperson said. It will be used for work in construction yards in refinery, oil and gas businesses as well as land reclamation projects and large scale infrastructure sites, a spokesperson added.

Tony Nuyts, AMS branch manager, said, “The Tadano GR-1450EX is the largest Tadano rough terrain crane. We are very satisfied with our current fleet of rough terrain cranes, existing of two cranes Tadano GR-300EX and four cranes Tadano GR-600EX, and therefore decided to proceed the co-operation.”

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