All Tadano articles – Page 6

  • The ATF 400G-6 is used to help rebuild the Schiersteiner Bridge

    Schuch rebuilds the Schiersteiner bridge


    German crane service provider Krandienst Schuch, used a Tadano ATF 400G-6 to help rebuild the Schiersteiner bridge in Germany

  • A Tadano ATF 130G-5

    Tadano sales up 13% in first half of 2014 financial year


    For the first half of the 2014 financial year Japanese crane manufacturer Tadano reported an increase in sales of 13.1 % to JPY 98,121 million (US$ 841 million)

  • The ATF 220G-5 during construction in the Munich district of Sendling

    School build for Schmidbauer


    Crane service provider Schmidbauer used a Tadano ATF 220G-5 all terrain crane to help construct a new school and childcare centre in Sendling, Munich, Germany

  • It is no longer acceptable for a company to allow its employees to work at height without some form

    A solid bond for height safety system


    Refinement of the TRAM fall restraint system for mobile cranes and other vehicles has led to the development of a bonding method for attaching the components to a crane's boom that satisfies manufacturers’ concerns over interference with structural integrity

  • The photovoltaic power plant on the factory roof at Liebherr-Werk Biberach in Germany generates arou

    Working towards a greener future


    From the manufacturing process to making equipment more recyclable, manufacturers are reducing the impact their products have on the environment. Laura Hatton investigates

  • Teruichi Kimura, manager, Tadano aerial work platform sales group.

    Platforms in Japan


    Japan’s high population density, extensive road and rail infrastructure and natural phenomena, have all shaped Tadano’s aerial work platform business.

  • A Tadano ATF 130G-5

    Tadano sales up nearly 16%


    Sales at Japanese crane manufacturer Tadano were JPY 44,082 million (US$ 425 million), up 15.7 % on the first quarter of the 2013 financial year

  • The ATF 180G-5 on the construction site in Nördlingen

    New Tadano for Eigner Fertigbau


    Crane rental company and service provider Eigner Fertigbau, based in Germany, has added a new Tadano ATF 180G-5 to its fleet

  • Delivery of the ATF 220G-5 to Schmidbauer. From left to right: Werner Schmidbauer, director Schmidba

    Schmidbauer expands fleet with Tadano


    German crane rental company Schmidbauer has added four new Tadano all terrain cranes to its fleet

  • Delivery of the ATF 180G-5 to FTO Fertigteilwerk Obermain. From left to right: Wolfgang Boldt &

    Tadano ATF 180G-5 for FTO


    Lifting service provider FTO Fertigteilwerk Obermain, based in Germany, has taken delivery of a Tadano ATF 180G-5 all terrain crane

  • From left to right: Siegfried Müller (area sales manager at Tadano Faun); Michael Mross (director KV

    New Tadano for KVS Michael Mross


    German lift and transport service provider, KVS Michael Mross, has taken delivery of a Tadano ATF 50G-3 all terrain crane

  • Heiko Brückner (director at Rothmund); Hans Asam (area sales manager at Tadano Faun); Mathias Simmer

    Double purchase for Rothmund


    Crane service provider Rothmund, based in Pforzheim, Germany, has taken delivery of two new Tadano all terrain cranes

  • Tadano’s new 160 US ton (145 tonne) capacity GR-1600XL-2 rough terrain crane on three axles

    Tadano sales leap 35%


    Sales at crane manufacturer Tadano increased 35 % in the 2013 financial year. For the third year running revenue and profit has risen

  • The GS-600EX is fitted with the AML safety device, hydraulically operated four-point outriggers and

    New truck crane from Tadano


    Crane manufacturer Tadano has launched a 60 tonne capacity truck mounted crane for the Singapore market

  • From left to right: Jerry Goff, Eric Rodgers, Brandon Hillard and David Green

    Panhandle Steel gets new Tadano


    US crane service provider, Panhandle Steel Erectors, has taken delivery of a new 160 US ton (145 tonne) capacity Tadano ATF 130G-5

  • Delivery of the ATF 130G-5 to Wille & Dulies Krane. From left to right: Heiko Rueß and Klaus Köp

    Wille & Dulies Krane adds ninth Tadano


    Heavy transport and lifting specialist, Wille Dulies Krane, based in Flensburg, Germany, has taken delivery of a second Tadano ATF 130G-5 all terrain crane

  • The new branch facility in Carlstadt, New Jersey

    Bay Crane makes major investment


    USA-based crane and transport company Bay Crane has made a major investment in its fleet by adding RT and AT cranes plus transport equipment

  • Paul Brown

    Paul Brown retires from Tadano


    After more than 35 years in the crane industry, the last 23 of them at Tadano Faun in Germany, Paul Brown has retired

  • Fred and Dulcie together with their sons Jack, Dan and Duke Pfeiffer at a Tadano facility in Brisban

    Pfeiffer Cranes take delivery of Tadano ATF40G-2


    Crane rental company Pfeiffer Cranes, at Carrick in Tasmania, has taken delivery of a new Tadano ATF40G-2 all terrain crane

  • Delivery of the ATF 180G-5 to Sönke Jordt. From left to right: Thorsten Dietzel, area sales manager

    Sönke Jordt adds Tadano ATF 180G-5


    Crane rental company Sönke Jordt, based in Ratekau, Germany, has added a second Tadano ATF 180G-5 mobile crane to its fleet