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Four new rough terrain cranes acquired

Magruber purchases four new rough terrain cranes, the GR-350XL from Tadano.

Mexican crane hire company, Magruber, has bolstered its fleet by investing in four new Tadano GR-350XL rough terrain cranes.

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Following decisions to invest further in its training of personnel and equipment, the crane hire company made the acquisition to continue expanding its offerings to the crane hire market in Mexico City.

Featuring a maximum lifting capacity of 31.8 tonnes, the Tadano GR-350XL possesses a main boom length of 9.7m through to 31m. The crane also comes with potential boom extensions ranging from 7.2m through to 12.8m, giving the rough terrain crane a maximum tip height of 44m. Additionally, the crane possesses outrigger bases of 6.38m by 6.3m, giving the crane a maximum operating radius of 37.2m when combined with its main boom and extensions.

Tadano’s GR-350XL rough terrain crane is also packed full of technological features enhancing both operation and ownership of the asset. The crane includes ‘Hello-Net’, a telematics system that supports crane management with details on operational status, position, and maintenance. When in operation with asymmetrical outriggers, the GR-350XL holds a feature called AML-C that detects the extension width of the crane’s outriggers to measure maximum work capacity in each area.

According to Tadano, the crane’s compact chassis of 11.2m in length, 2.62m in width, and 3.53m in height make the crane ideally suited for safe, efficient operation in tight job sites.

Located in Mexico City, MAGRUBER holds more than 30 years of experience in equipment rental, lifting, loading and transportation.

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