Select Crane delivers Link-Belt RTC8090

By Hannah Sundermeyer26 July 2021

Select Crane Sales recently delivered a custom painted Link-Belt RTC8090 to Chief Marine Group in Islamorada, FL.

The new Link-Belt RTC8090 will be working at a marina in Florida.

Chief Marine Group recently acquired Smuggler’s Cove Marina and plans to revitalize the location with the development of a facility designed with the mariner‘s lifestyle in mind, the company said.

The 90-ton rough terrain crane offers the versatility needed to both help construct the entertainment facility as a Florida Icon is reborn as well as bring boats in and out of the water at the new marina facility. The Link-Belt RTC8090 has a 104-foot main and 35-foot to-58-foot jib. From an ergonomic cab to 4 link suspension for smoother operation the RTC8090 is designed for comfort and safe operation.

“As an avid boater I look forward to the revitalization project Chief Marine Group is working on in Islamorada,” said Jason Mackenzie, president, Select Crane Sales. “In speaking with them it is clear they are experts in their field and share the same passion for their work as the team at Select Crane Sales. We look forward to doing business in the future and can’t wait to visit the facility after completion.”

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