Schaz adds second Grove AT to fleet

19 July 2013

German rental company Schaz Kranbetribe has added the GMK5130-2 all terrain crane to its fleet

German rental company Schaz Kranbetribe has added the GMK5130-2 all terrain crane to its fleet

Crane rental company Schaz Kranbetribe, Germany, has added a second Grove all terrain crane to its fleet.

The 130 tonne capacity Grove GMK5130-2 has an 11 tonne counterweight and a 60 metre main boom that can lift loads up to 10 tonnes when fully extended.

Gerd Schaz, Schaz managing director, said, “We work on many different projects across the region so we need cranes that are quick to set up and easy to use.”

The all terrain will be used across the local region of Erlangen as a taxi crane, a company spokesperson added.

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