Port Services Invests In Mobiles

19 March 2008

Scotland-based Port Services (Invergordon) Limited has invested more than £3 million (US$6 million) in two mobile cranes.

Already delivered is a 250 tonne capacity Terex Demag AC 250-1 telescopic boom wheeled mobile crane. The other crane ordered is a 450 tonne capacity Grove GMK7450 telescopic boom wheeled mobile crane.

The new machines are to help fulfill contract awards with two major offshore contractors. An additional ten job positions have also been created, making the company's employee total 60 people.

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