New Tadano for I&H Kran Transport Montage Service

By Laura Hatton11 February 2015

Delivery of the ATF 400G-6 to I&H Kran Transport Montage Service. From left to right: Nils Lauma

Delivery of the ATF 400G-6 to I&H Kran Transport Montage Service. From left to right: Nils Lauma

Crane service provider I&H Kran Transport Montage Service, based in Germany, added a 6-axle Tadano ATF 400G-6 all terrain crane to its fleet.

Nils Laumann, I&H member of the management, said, “Normally, such a lifting capacity is only provided by 7-axle machines, which restricts flexibility enormously. The ATF 400G-6 takes us through all roundabouts in our core area and need not be accompanied by escort vehicles.

“As we keep our fleet permanently up to date, the resale value of the cranes is essential. With the two engines, I can verify the precise number of operating hours of both machines without any problems; this is a strong selling point,” Laumann continued.

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