Collett takes Effer on board

08 September 2014

From left to right: Robert Farrell (Atlas Cranes, area sales manager); David Collett (Collett &

From left to right: Robert Farrell (Atlas Cranes, area sales manager); David Collett (Collett &

Specialized transport service provider Collett & Sons in the UK has taken delivery of a 205 tonne-metre Effer 2055 crane articulating crane.

The 2055 hydraulic crane is fitted to an 8x4 Mercedes 4155 tractor unit. It offers six boom extensions and a lift capacity of 30 tonnes at 4.51 metres. At 15.25 m lift capacity is 8.5 tonnes. The crane was commissioned with Atlas Cranes UK.

David Collett, Collett & Sons managing director, said, “The welcome addition of the new Effer 2055 into our fleet allows Collett Transport to take a huge leap forward within the industry, offering unique lifting capabilities and providing customers with a cost effective solution for their heavy lift requirements.”

Jim Smith, Atlas Cranes managing director, said, “Atlas is delighted to have delivered this class leading machine to one of our valued customers. Collett’s commitment to investing in new technology secures them as one of the foremost heavy haulage companies in the UK.”

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