ALL purchases three new Link-Belt cranes

21 September 2009

ALL recently purchased three of Link-Belt's newest RT cranes, pictured here.

ALL recently purchased three of Link-Belt's newest RT cranes, pictured here.

All Erection & Crane Rental Corp. in the USA has purchased three 130 US ton (118 tonne) capacity Link-Belt RTC-80130 Series II rough terrain cranes for its rental fleet. The three axle RTC-80130 Series II is the largest rough terrain model made by the company.

The cranes have full-power, latching five-section formed booms that reach 41.4 to 162 feet (12.6 to 50 m). Maximum boom tip height comes in at 171 feet (52 m) and five boom modes allow variable extension of the telescoping sections.

"Link-Belt is a superior brand and an extremely reliable company for us to deal with - and the versatility of these new, larger Link-Belt RT cranes will broaden our rental fleet," said Michael Liptak, ALL Erection president.

"This acquisition supports ALL's marketing objective of investing in brands that we're a dealer for, and Dawes Rigging & Crane Rental, a member of the ALL family of companies in Wisconsin, is a Link-Belt dealer."

One of the three Link-Belts will be going to Dawes and the other two will go where there is market demand.

The crane has a 10 foot (3 m) heavy-lift fly that swings and pins into place. Capacity is more than 20 tons (18 tonnes).

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