Linden Comansa towers in Asia

13 October 2008

Three Linden Comansa 21 CJ 290 flat top tower cranes working at the Northstar project in Singapore

Three Linden Comansa 21 CJ 290 flat top tower cranes working at the Northstar project in Singapore

Tower crane manufacturer Linden Comansa Group claims sales of about 50 units in Singapore for 2008. Of those, 13 were from Linden Comansa in Spain, and more than 30 were from Comansa Jie, in China.

All those delivered from Comansa Jie in China were the 21 CJ 290 model. It has a maximum free standing height of 64.9 m and a 74 m jib. Capacity is 2.7 tonnes at the jib end and maximum load is 18 tonnes.

Of the 13 cranes delivered from the factory in Spain, 12 are working in the Marina Bay Sands project, Singapore's first casino. Five of them are the latest LCL 500 luffing jib models. Free standing height is 68.3 m.

Linden Comansa Group will exhibit the new flat top 10 CJ 140 tower crane at the Bauma China exhibition in Shanghai, China from 25 to 28 November. It is a version of the 10 LC 140 for Asian markets. Maximum free standing height is 64.4 m and radius is 60 m. Capacity is 8 tonnes and it can lift 2 tonnes at the jib end.

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