New Tadano for KVS Michael Mross

By Laura Hatton17 June 2014

From left to right: Siegfried Müller (area sales manager at Tadano Faun); Michael Mross (director KV

From left to right: Siegfried Müller (area sales manager at Tadano Faun); Michael Mross (director KVS Michael Mross); Axel Schmid (confidential clerk KVS Michael Mross); Uwe Saller (crane operator KVS

German lift and transport service provider, KVS Michael Mross, has taken delivery of a 50 tonne capacity Tadano ATF 50G-3 all terrain crane.

The ATF 50G-3 can carry a 7 tonne counterweight, a 16 metre boom extension, a 32 tonne hook block and 6 tonne swivel hook, without exceeding the legal axle load of 12 tonnes, the manufacturer said.

Michael Mross, KVS Michael Mross manager, said, “The crane is compact, without any bells and whistles, and requires no special accessories.”

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