O’shea gets GGR G20s

By Laura Hatton21 November 2013

The new compact cranes will be used to carry out lifting tasks on residential, retail and commercial

The new compact cranes will be used to carry out lifting tasks on residential, retail and commercial development projects

Construction contractor C J O’Shea Group, based in St Albans, Hertfordshire, UK, has purchased four GGR G20 pick and carry cranes.

The GGR G20 has a lifting capacity of 2 tonnes and is battery powered. It has a 935 mm wide chassis and 180 degree rear hydraulic steering. It has a maximum working height of 6.32 metres and when configured with a searcher hook the crane has a 4.7 m maximum working radius.

The four new compact cranes will be used to carry out lifting tasks on residential, retail and commercial development projects.

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