New Tadano for Abschlepp & Bergedienst

By Laura Hatton21 July 2014

Michael Walter, Ilmar Wezels (Abschlepp and Bergedienst Walter) and Hans Asam (Tadano Faun)

Michael Walter, Ilmar Wezels (Abschlepp and Bergedienst Walter) and Hans Asam (Tadano Faun)

Towing and vehicle recovery specialist Abschlepp & Bergedienst M.Walter, based in Baden-Württemberg, Germany, has taken delivery of a Tadano HK 65 truck mounted crane.

The Tadano HK 65 is available on a selection of chassis, including Mercedes Benz, MAN, Scania or Volvo, the manufacturer said. A ballast trailer with up to 5.1 tonnes of counterweight can also be added, expanding its range of application, a company spokesperson added.

Michael Walter, Abschlepp & Bergedienst M.Walter managing director, said, “The HK 65 convinced us really quickly. The truck mounted crane from Tadano is ideal for towing vehicles and can also be used with a truck licence without specified road travel permission.”

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