LaPrairie Crane adds seven Liebherrs

12 December 2013

LaPrairie Crane from Canada takes the first LTR 1220 telescopic crawler crane in the country, one of

LaPrairie Crane from Canada takes the first LTR 1220 telescopic crawler crane in the country, one of seven new Liebherrs joining the fleet

Alberta, Canada-based LaPrairie Crane is adding seven new Liebherr mobile cranes for its branches in British Columbia and Alberta.

Already containing more than 70 units, the LaPrairie fleet, from 5 to 600 tonnes capacity, includes all terrain, crawler, hydraulic truck, rough terrain, boom truck, carry deck and tower cranes.

Scott LaPrairie, LaPrairie Group of Companies president and CEO, said, “We are proud to be celebrating over 30 years in business, since starting with only one crane in Tumbler Ridge, British Columbia, Canada, back in 1982.”

“The addition of these new Liebherr cranes to our fleet signifies our steadfast commitment to quality and LaPrairie Crane’s acknowledgement that the needs of our customers in the north are growing rapidly and LaPrairie intends to grow in-step with them. No job is too big or too small for our LaPrairie team and we have an excellent reputation for making it happen safely and efficiently.”

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