Second Spierings mobile tower for Kranexpressen

By Katherine Weir15 August 2016

L to r: Jeroen Kerkhoff (Spierings), Jesper Billström (Kranexpressen), Ronny Andreasen (Kranexpresse

L to r: Jeroen Kerkhoff (Spierings), Jesper Billström (Kranexpressen), Ronny Andreasen (Kranexpressen)

Sweden-based crane rental company Kranexpressen has received its second Spierings SK599-AT5 five axle mobile tower crane with 50 metre jib, after receiving the first unit in February 2016.

Per-Erik Carleskär, Kranexpressen general manager, said, “For the last few years our customers have requested more and more Spierings cranes, so it was a logical next step to buy another one. Shortly after delivery of the first Spierings crane, it was constantly rented out. Now the second Spierings crane is delivered and has already a well filled order book. The choice of Spierings was clear after our first experience. We were really satisfied about the quality of the used machine and their after sales.”

Kranexpressen was founded in 1975 and is based at eight locations in the south of Sweden.

The used Spierings cranes are overhauled in the Spierings factory in Oss, Netherlands, so they will be reliable for many more years, the company said.

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