Galizia sells first electric GF400 crane

By Laura Hatton07 May 2013

An example of a Galizia F200 GRU pick and carry crane

An example of a Galizia F200 GRU pick and carry crane

Italian crane manufacturer Galizia has sold its first GF400 battery-electric pick and carry crane. The sale was made during the Bauma construction equipment exhibition in Munich, Germany, in April 2013.

The GF400 has a capacity of 40 tonnes, a compact chassis and comes with radio remote control for traction, steering, boom and winch functions. It also has removable counterweights. The crane was sold to crane company Josef Hermans, Netherlands.

Other crane models sold during the Bauma show included the GF200, G20, the Multis 636 and a G35, which was sold to a customer in Mexico. The GF25 was also on show and purchased by Hermans.

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