First Grove GMK6300L works in Hong Kong

16 July 2013

The Grove GMK6300L helping with the erection of a tower crane

The Grove GMK6300L helping with the erection of a tower crane

Crane rental and heavy transport company Kanson Crane & Heavy Transport, Hong Kong, has purchased Hong Kong’s first Grove GMK6300L all terrain crane.

The 300 tonne capacity crane has a seven-section, 80 metre boom and features the Megatrak independent, hydro-pneumatic suspension system and all-wheel steer.

Company founder Nelson Kan said, “After extensive research and comparison of cranes available in the market, our team chose the GMK6300L as the most suitable crane to fill the gap in our product portfolio.

“The Grove GMK6300L has a long boom perfect for tower crane erection. We also have considerable work to do on high-rise structures as well as replacement of old buildings in Hong Kong. The 6300L will be the ideal solution for all these applications.”

The crane will be used to help with tower crane assembly and high-rise construction jobs, a company spokesperson said.

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