All Erection adds Link-Belt package

13 February 2014

Included in the package were new four 150 US ton (135 tonne) capacity RTC-80150 Series II rough terr

Included in the package were new four 150 US ton (135 tonne) capacity RTC-80150 Series II rough terrain cranes

US crane rental company All Erection and Crane Rental Corp has signed a contract with crane manufacturer Link-Belt to add 30 new Link-Belt cranes in 2014.

Included in the package are four new 150 US ton (135 tonne) capacity RTC-80150 Series II rough terrains. Notable features include its 59.5 m six-section boom and three-axle carrier.

Also included in the order are three HTC-8690 telescopic truck cranes, eight 218 HSL lattice boom crawler cranes, six 238 HSL lattice boom crawler cranes, two TCC-750 telescopic crawler cranes and seven TCC-1100 telescopic crawler cranes, a spokesperson said. The order runs alongside All’s 50th anniversary, which they will celebrate this year.

Michael Liptak, All Erection and Crane Rental Corp president, said, “The decision to purchase the new RTC-80150 was, in part, because our customers’ appetites continue to grow for long-reach, high-capacity RTCs for their job sites. We like this unit for both of these features, but are very impressed with how it transports. This machine can break down in less than an hour and reduces transport costs by keeping a low overall height while also maintaining a main unit transport weight under 100,000 pounds (46 tonnes).”

Skeeter Collins, Link-Belt North American sales manager, said, “Link-Belt highly values our relationship with All and we are honoured to support their commitment to providing their rental customers the latest and most advanced lifting equipment available in today’s market. Our entire Link-Belt family would like to congratulate All on their 50th anniversary. They are truly the kind of company that we can give credit for helping to advance and improve the crane rental industry.”

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