First Grove GMK6300L for BKL

29 July 2013

The six-axle Grove GMK6300L all terrain crane

The six-axle Grove GMK6300L all terrain crane

German rental company BKL Baukran Logistik, has taken delivery of its first Grove GMK6300L all terrain crane.

The GMK6300L has a six-axle carrier with Megatrak suspension and a seven-section, full-power Megaform boom with twin-lock pinning.

Robert Popp, BKL technical manager, said, “The GMK6300L is a unique machine that can perform lifts at a height of 80 metres. This saves us a lot of time, and our customer’s money, as we don’t need a jib, even if we lift a load of 12 tonne at such a great height.”

The all terrain has joined BKL’s fleet of more than 300 cranes.

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