Mini cranes to Hungary

By Laura Hatton13 August 2013

Staff from Zalavari Gepszer Bt including owner Laszlo Zalavari owner on the left and his son Andras

Staff from Zalavari Gepszer Bt including owner Laszlo Zalavari owner on the left and his son Andras Zalavari in the middle

Hungarian plant hire company Zalavari Gepszer has added a third Unic mini spider crane to its rental fleet.

The four tonne capacity URW-547 has an 18.2 metre lifting height and is 595 mm wide.

It will be used in a wide range of application sectors, including construction, manufacturing and roof top operations, a company spokesperson said.

The URW-295 joins Zalavari Gepszer’s fleet of telescopic loaders, forklifts, tower cranes and spider cranes, including a Unic URW-295 and URW-376.

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