Double purchase for Rothmund

By Laura Hatton16 June 2014

Heiko Brückner (director at Rothmund); Hans Asam (area sales manager at Tadano Faun); Mathias Simmer

Heiko Brückner (director at Rothmund); Hans Asam (area sales manager at Tadano Faun); Mathias Simmert (crane operator at Rothmund); Oliver Rösch (crane operator at Rothmund); Sven Mayerele (crane oper

Crane service provider Rothmund, based in Pforzheim, Germany, has taken delivery of two new Tadano all terrain cranes.

Included in the order were an ATF 220G-5 and an ATF 70G-4. The ATF 220G-5 has a 68 metre boom and can be fitted with a fly jib up to 37.2 m.

The ATF 70G-4 complies with Euro IIIB emission regulations and can be fitted with the lift adjuster, which prevents tilting of the load.

Heiko Brückner, manager of Rothmund Kran and Montage, said, “The two-engine concept and the overall impressive performance persuaded us to purchase the ATF 70G-4 from Tadano.

“We are excited about the two new arrivals – especially the strongest one. The ATF 220G-5 is an obvious asset in our fleet.”

The two new all terrains were handed over to Rothmund by Hans Asam, Tadano area sales manager for Bavaria and Austria. They join three other Tadano models in the Rothmund fleet.

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