Crane Rental Corp fleet expansion

15 April 2008

In anticipation of continued strong demand, Crane Rental Corp. in the US has ordered 11 new cranes. The Manitowoc and Link-Belt models include seven crawlers and three rough terrains, as well as an order for new Goldhofer trailers. Alan Ashlock, below, president of the crane rental and heavy haul services company, said he expects delivery of the new units throughout 2007.

From Manitowoc Crane Group there will be an 825 US ton capacity Model 18000 crawler, a 300 ton capacity Model 2250 crawler, a 100 ton capacity crawler, and two Grove 75 ton rough terrains.

From Link-Belt there will be a 90 ton RT, two 80 ton crawlers, a 150 ton crawler and two 200 ton crawlers.

For its specialized and heavy hauling business, Crane Rental Corp. is adding 12 lines of Goldhofer THP trailers and six lines of Goldhofer self-propelled PST, bringing its Goldhofer fleet to a total of 42 lines.

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