All Crane adds Link-Belts

By Sarah Ann McCay11 February 2012

The 3-axle Link-Belt RTC-80110 in transport

The 3-axle Link-Belt RTC-80110 in transport

US-based All Erection & Crane Rental has added five new Link-Belt hydraulic truck cranes to its fleet, including two HTC-8675 Series II and three HTC-86100s.

It also recently completed the purchase of 18 additional Link-Belts, including six RTC-80110 telescopic boom rough terrains, eight 238 HSL lattice boom crawlers, three 75 US ton (70 tonne) TCC-750 telescopic crawler cranes, and one HTC-3140LB (long boom) truck crane.

The privately owned company has seen increased demand in crane rental and, according to Michael Liptak, All Erection & Crane Rental president, expects all 23 of its new Link-Belts to be in service across North America by the middle of the year.

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