Tandem lifts by Bok Seng

By Alex Dahm29 July 2008

Bok Seng in Singapore making a tandem lift with a pair of Liebherr LTM 1500 wheeled mobile cranes

Bok Seng in Singapore making a tandem lift with a pair of Liebherr LTM 1500 wheeled mobile cranes

Bok Seng Logistics in Singapore used a pair of Liebherr LTM 1500 telescopic mobile cranes for a series of lifts on a new elevated approach road in Yishun leading to the Tampines Expressway.

More than 100 beams, weighing up to 80 tonnes and up to 46 m long, were placed by Bok Seng in a series of tandem lifts.

Bok Seng was started in 1975 as a civil contractor by current managing director Henry Ng and his father Bok Seng. Revenue has increased from S$10 million to more than S$50 million. It has a fleet of Liebherr mobile cranes and has ordered two LTM 1100-5.2s for delivery in 2009.

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