New cranes for All

By Laura Hatton23 December 2015

The Link-Belt RTC 80150

The Link-Belt RTC 80150

The All Family of Companies has added four new Link-Belt rough terrain cranes and one new Grove all terrain crane to its fleet in the USA.

The Link-Belt cranes include one 65 US ton (59 tonne) capacity RTC-8065, one 110 ton (100 tonne) RTC-80110, a 130 ton (118 tonne) RTC-80130 Series II and one 150 ton (136 tonne) RTC-80150 Series II. The cranes will go to branches in Pennsylvania, Tennessee, and Wisconsin. The 550 ton (450 tonne) capacity Grove GMK7550 will be used to serve North Carolina’s two All Carolina branches in Raleigh and Wilmington.

Michael Liptak, All Family of Companies president, said, “We chose these particular cranes to afford comfort, enhanced safety, and technological advantages to contractors renting for long-term projects in critical and growing sectors like road and bridge construction, plant retrofit, and commercial construction.

“In fact, they can be used as more than utility cranes, providing actual major lift capacity plus all the mobility that RTs need to have,” Liptak added. “This package was part of our annual ‘growing of the fleet. We review and update our equipment every year at this time to make sure we have the lift equipment our customers need and can deliver it when and where they need it.”

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