XCMG cranes used on Indonesian island

By Christian Shelton10 August 2017


The QY25K5-I has a lifting capacity of 25 tonnes

Chinese machinery manufacturer XCMG has announced that four of its truck cranes are involved in a power-related infrastructure project on the Indonesian island of Kabaena.

The three-axle QY25K5-I truck cranes are an established XCMG brand and offer a maximum lifting load capacity of 25 tonnes, a maximum boom length of 47.8 metres, and a fully extended boom lifting height of 39.5 metres. For the Indonesian power project, the four cranes are being used together to lift a 20-metre-high structure that weighs 15 tonnes.


Four QY25K5-Is are being used to lift the infrastructure
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