New Tadano for Carpin Autogru

By Laura Hatton11 October 2013

From left to right: Leonardo Carpin and Vittorino Carpin (Carpin Autogru),  (lSilvano Dalle Vedoveoc

From left to right: Leonardo Carpin and Vittorino Carpin (Carpin Autogru), (lSilvano Dalle Vedoveocal salesman), Paul Brown (Tadano), Michele Carpin (Carpin Autogru) and Markus Deinzer (Tadano) at th

Crane rental company Carpin Autogru in Veneto, Italy, has taken delivery of a Tadano ATF 70G-4 all terrain.

The ATF 70G-4 has a 44 metre five section boom and a 16 m double-folding boom extension. The crane has two Mercedes engines and can travel with full counterweight and equipment within the legal axle load limit, the manufacturer said.

Carpin Autogru purchased the ATF 70G-4 for work in the earthquake-hit area of Emilia-Romagna in northern Italy. The crane joins several Tadano models in Carpin’s fleet, including an ATF 30-2, ATF 50-3 and ATF 80-4.

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