Foselev adds 450 tonner to all terrain crane fleet

By Alex Dahm09 June 2023

erecting the new Tadano AC 7.450-1 for Foselev at the factory in Germany The new 450 tonne capacity Tadano AC 7.450-1 wheeled mobile telescopic crane for Foselev in France. Photo: Tadano

Work in multiple applications and industry sectors awaits the latest crane acquisition by French industrial service provider Foselev.

Its new 450 tonne capacity Tadano AC 7.450‑1 will be put to work in bridge construction, industrial projects and erecting wind turbines and tower cranes.

“We’re always taking on new challenges, especially when tackling big projects, so we really need the right crane for each work site. Our new AC 7.450‑1 puts us in an even better position when it comes to that,” said Michael Mathieu, Foselev branch manager.

He and Loîc Bernier, workshop technician, collected the crane from the Tadano factory in Zweibrücken, Germany. The new seven axle unit was handed over by Jean-Marie Grossmann, Tadano France business leader.

Best of both worlds

Mathieu said the AC 7.450‑1 benefits from the merger between Tadano and Demag by having the best components of both worlds, so that his company is getting a real competitive advantage with the crane.

Bernier commented, “The Tadano AC 7.450‑1 is an innovative crane that offers one-of-a-kind solutions such as the Surround View system. This camera system makes travelling safer and also makes it significantly easier to position the crane at work sites.”

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