DTMT expand crane fleet

26 February 2008

Construction specialist DTMT in Western Australia has expanded its all terrain crane fleet for application in mining, industrial and civil construction.

Distributor James Equipment supplied the new 110 tonne capacity five-axle Tadano ATF 110G-5 to DTMT based near Fremantle.

Its first job is on the Fortescue Metals Group (FMG) Cloud Break iron ore mining project up north in the Pilbara region. Paul Dujmovic, DTMT operations manager, said the crane will also serve the local area. “Our new Tadano is versatile enough to use as a taxi crane throughout our local civil and commercial development industries”

Pictured are Terrie Dinnison from the James Equipment WA office handing over the keys for the new Tadano AT to Paul Dujmovic from DTMT.

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