Three new mid-range Amco Veba loader cranes

black crane with grab on green and white truck Amco Veba’s new 15 tonne-metre 815Q is a Quality Line model. Photo: Amco Veba

A trio of new mid-size hydraulic loader crane models has been added to the Amco Veba range from Italy.

The new Quality Line models are in the 10, 15 and 20 tonne-metre classes. They are designed for sale outside Europe in non-CE markets.

The new 810Q, 815Q and 820Q all have rack and pinion slewing and are without a power linkage. Buyers can choose from one to six extensions. The 815Q can have the 3SJ2 jib while the 5SJ2 can go on the 820Q.

Radio remote control is available using HC-D4 electro-hydraulics with either a Hetronic or Scanreco system. A winch can be fitted as can extra features to allow attachment mounting, including an oil cooler, plus work lights and an audio-visual warning device are other options.

Commenting on the new development Giuseppe Bevacqua, cranes product manager, said, “This restyling of the classic line into the Quality Line is not only aesthetical but also functional, positioning the Quality Line alongside our New Generation Line in appearance and also raising the functionality and performance of Amco Veba’s non-CE cranes.”

Amco Veba cranes are certified to ISO 9001:2008 Quality Management and ISO 14001:2004 Environmental Management, the manufacturer said.

black crane on orange truck carrying a 1 tone dumpy bag The new 20 tonne-metre rated model 820Q from Amco Veba. Photo: Amco Veba
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