Kobelco crawler for Kelley Steel

By Alex Dahm02 January 2018

US steel erector and crane rental specialist Kelley Steel Erectors has taken delivery of a new 80 US ton capacity Kobelco crawler crane.

All kelley key ceremony pr image 12.21.17

Left to right: Daniel Gold, Kelley Steel Erectors CEO; Michael LiPuma, All Erection & Crane Rental sales; Blake Nommensen, Kobelco North America western regional sales manager

The CK800G-2 lattice boom crawler was the first sale made by the All Family of Companies since it became a Kobelco crane dealer in July 2017. It was handed over on 21 December at the All Crane yard in Cleveland, Ohio. Further sales are anticipated.

Cleveland-based Kelley which celebrates its 60th Anniversary in 2018, operates in Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Florida. The new crane will remain in the Cleveland area for work on a full slate of local projects, All said.

Dan Gold, Kelley Steel CEO, commented, “It is a next-level machine with completely upgraded componentry. Its advanced telematics come standard, with detailed daily usage reports that make planned maintenance a breeze. It has an all-new engine that complies with EPA Tier IV final standards. The auto start-stop feature can save up to 30 percent on fuel consumption, plus it offers different counterweight configurations, and the counterweights can be shipped completely flat.”

Gold commented on the value of buying from All Crane, “We chose to purchase from All Crane because we were looking for a dealer who could service our account, who has access to the parts we need, and offers 24-hour service. All, also being in the rental business, understands that when you need something, you need it now. You can’t wait two or three days for parts to fix your crane.”


Latest News
Sunbelt expands into film rentals in UK
Aquisition of UK’s Media Access Solutions (MAS) is part of Sunbelt’s move into film and TV rental 
Heerema claims world record offshore lift
Module weighing 17,000 tonnes lifted into place by Sleipnir super heavy lift offshore vessel
Redcar steelworks demolished in controlled explosion
The latest demolition works on the site required 1.6 t of explosives