Polish crane rental company Robert Baran Crane Group Petrolift has expanded its fleet with 21 new Grove all terrain cranes.

The cranes will be set to work on wind turbines and petrochemical projects. (Photo: Manitowoc)

A mix of four, five, and six axle Grove cranes will join the company’s fleet this year.

The first cranes in the latest order have already been delivered and set to work on several projects, including installing wind turbines and working on petrochemical and chemical plants.

The company has supplied equipment to every refinery, power plant, and wind farm built in Poland. (Photo: Manitowoc)

“We love the GMK6300L-1,” said Robert Baran, founder and CEO of Robert Baran Crane Group Petrolift. “It’s extremely reliable and powerful, and a proven best-in-class machine. Now we’re at a stage where we need to expand our offerings; it was natural to turn to Grove and we are looking forward to seeing the advantages and versatility of our new models paying off on jobsites across Europe.”

Grove fleet

Petrolift’s headquarters are in Debica with a newly opened sub-facility in Gdańsk, Poland.

The company owns more than 40 300 tonne capacity all terrains and was the first customer in Poland to own an extensive fleet of Grove GMK6300L-1 cranes.

With its fleet of all terrain and crawler, Petrolift can offer crane services for jobsites across Poland and Europe.

The company has supplied equipment to every refinery, power plant, and wind farm built in the country. It is also highly active in the country’s major ports.

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