Spanish crane service provider Grues Padrosa has taken delivery of two 100 tonne capacity Tadano AC 4.100L-1 cranes. 

President Pere Padrosa praised the overall dealings with the Spanish Tadano team during the official handover

The four axle AC 4.100L-1 features a six section, 60 metre main boom, and are the first Tadano units for Padrosa. 

The company ordered the cranes with a mechanically offsettable 19 metre boom extension, a double winch and a two sheave 1.5 metre runner, as well as the IC-1 Plus control system.

The first job for the duo involved lifting and relocating 45 metre long, 50 tonne concrete beams, which was part of a construction project for a logistics centre in the North of Girona, in Spain.

“We’ve worked together with Demag for many years already, but this was the first time that we acquired machinery through the Tadano Group,” said Grues Padrosa’s president Pere Padrosa.

Latest News
Kaeser shows ‘study’ for electric compressor
Machine produced to generate discussion about electric products
Hochtief subsidiary increases stake in mining services firm
Hochtief’s Australian subsidiary Cimic has increased its stake in mining services company Thiess, in response to the importance of the energy transition.
Hitachi to showcase partnerships
Technology firms work with OEM to develop cutting edge excavators