rough terrain

  • Elvington Plant Z-45 side
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    Elvington expands into RTs

    2018-07-03T15:48:00Z

    York-based Elvington Plant Hire, in the UK, has invested in its first RT boom, a Genie, amid a local construction boom 

  • Liebherr rough terrain crane type lrt 1090 2.1
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    Looking up for rough terrain cranes

    2017-03-21T11:13:00Z

    New rough terrain models and series from the major manufacturers suggests an impending resurgence of interest for this crane type. Katherine Weir reports

  • Liebherr's new LRT 1090-2.1 rough terrain crane
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    Rough terrain return for Liebherr cranes

    2016-10-24T14:14:00Z

    20 years after discontinuing its last RT model, Liebherr announces two new rough terrain machines to be launched at ConExpo 2017

  • Klubb Kat 42 mounted on Renault Alaskan pick-up.
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    Off road pick up expands Klubb range

    2016-09-23T11:24:00Z

    Klubb has developed an articulated platform mounted on a Renault Alaskan rough terrain pick-up. The Kat 42 is being launched at the IAA commercial vehicle show

  • Locatelli’s new 80 tonne capacity GRIL 8800T has a 40.5 m boom and a Tier 4 Final engine
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    Rough terrains: A growing interest

    2015-12-08T10:29:00Z

    The main market for rough terrain cranes has shifted and manufacturers are introducing upgrades and new higher capacity models. Laura Hatton finds out more

  • Mateco puts its new LT 540 KD rough terrain through its paces.
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    Mateco completes all-wheel drive fleet

    2015-10-28T15:57:00Z

    Germany-based Mateco has been putting its new rough terrain LT 540 KD truck mounted platform to work. The unit is the final investment in its current all-wheel drive fleet

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    A-Plant adds to access fleet with Skyjack

    2015-09-14T15:08:00Z

    UK-based Ashtead Group company invests almost £3 million (€4.2 million) in 112 machines including diesel-powered rough terrain scissor lifts

  • Time International LAT-38-135-H mounted on a 4x4 Ford Ranger.
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    Rough terrain launch from Time

    2014-05-09T11:12:00Z

    The articulated telescopic insulated LAT-38-135-H is mounted on a 4x4 Ford Ranger pickup truck and offers 13.5 m working height.

  • The rough terrain range from TIL
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    Changing landscapes

    2014-01-06T12:21:00Z

    Rough terrain cranes are undergoing some major design changes as they start to take on jobs that are traditionally more suited to other crane types. Laura Hatton finds out more

  • Sandhurst invests in access equipment
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    Sandhurst launches access division

    2013-07-01T17:43:00Z

    UK demolition attachment rental specialist Sandhurst has invested £3 million (US$4.6 million) in a new powered access equipment division