New AT from Grove

25 April 2008

Latest in the recent run of new all terrains from Grove will be the two axle 35 tonne capacity GMK2035E, a new version of the GMK2035. It has the same capacity rating and the same 29 m boom but, instead of the Megatrak independent suspension system, it has conventional rigid axles and hydrogas springing.

Another difference from the existing GMK2035 is that the E version has a manually offset jib while the hydraulically luffing version is available as an option.

Expect to be able to see this crane in iron at April's Intermat exhibition for the construction industry in Paris.

• For more details see our full Intermat show guide starting on page 18.

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