Sönke Jordt adds Tadano ATF 180G-5

10 December 2013

Delivery of the ATF 180G-5 to Sönke Jordt. From left to right: Thorsten Dietzel, area sales manager

Delivery of the ATF 180G-5 to Sönke Jordt. From left to right: Thorsten Dietzel, area sales manager Tadano Faun and Alexander Putzke, crane operator Jordt

Crane rental company Sönke Jordt, based in Ratekau, Germany, has added a second Tadano ATF 180G-5 all terrain mobile crane to its fleet.

The ATF 180G-5 has a 60 metre main boom and a 13.2 m boom extension, which can be transported within a 12 tonne axle load, a company spokesperson said.

Sönke Jordt has 14 Tadano cranes in its 18 crane fleet. Sönke Jordt, managing director, said, "When the machines run reliably, and then the service works when the worst comes to the worst, then it tells its own story.”

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