Taylor Crane & Rigging adds 32 lines

31 July 2013

Taylor Crane & Rigging aquired the K25 PowerBooster from Scheuerle and Kamag - a transporter whi

Taylor Crane & Rigging aquired the K25 PowerBooster from Scheuerle and Kamag - a transporter whi

Taylor Crane & Rigging (TCR), based in Coffeyville, Kansas, USA, has added 32 new axle lines of Scheuerle Kamag K25 specialized transporter to its fleet.

The order included 22 axle lines of pulled trailers H (Regular) and SL (Split types). In addition, four PB (Power Booster) axle lines and six SP (Self Propelled) axle lines were also acquired. The purchase means TCR won’t need to rent a transport unit from Dallas, the closest available base for a transport trailer of this kind, a company spokesperson said.

"These vehicles will expand our ability to perform heavy haul services throughout the United States,” Jim Taylor, president at TCR, said, “It gives us versatility in configurations and allows us to move the trailer into sections in order to utilise it on more than one job at a time."

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