HTC Wolffkran adds Grove GMK6300L

20 June 2016

Dave Holder, HTC Wolffkran managing director, left, with Jerry Welford, area sales manager – Grove p

Dave Holder, HTC Wolffkran managing director, left, with Jerry Welford, area sales manager – Grove product, at Manitowoc Crane Group (UK) Ltd, handing over a Grove GMK6300L all terrain crane

UK tower crane rental house HTC Wolffkran has added a second all terrain crane to its fleet.

The new 300 tonne capacity Manitowoc Grove GMK6300L on six axle carrier will be used for tower crane erection and dismantling. HTC Wolffkran has a fleet of more than 200 Wolff tower cranes, mostly luffers. It employs close to 400 people in the UK and has a turnover of more than £40 million (US$ 60 million).

Pictured is Dave Holder, HTC managing director (left) with Jerry Welford, area sales manager – Grove product, at Manitowoc Crane Group (UK) Ltd, standing in front of the new crane at the Vertikal Days crane and access equipment exhibition in the north of England on 15 June.

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