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25 April 2008

The Eisele AG Crane & Engineering Group, based near Frankfurt in Germany, has added its first mobile folding tower crane to its fleet. Pictured at the handover of the Liebherr MK 110 in June are, from left to right, Hans-Georg Frey, Liebherr-Werk Ehingen managing director, Angela and Claus Eisele, and Ulrich Greiner, Liebherr commercial representative. “For a major city like Frankfurt, the MK 110 is the ideal addition to our fleet,” said Claus Eisele. Capable of working on restricted urban job sites, the MK mobile folding tower crane can be assembled by one person and assembled ready for action in 20 minutes, Liebherr said. Eisele AG has a workforce of 57 and the 30-unit crane fleet ranges from two-axle telescopics to a 750 tonne crawler.

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