A crane service provider has added a new Demag AC 300-6 all terrain to its fleet to help erect and dismantle tower cranes.
Wiesbauer GmbH, based in Germany, will use the crane at a number of work sites in the Stuttgart city area, where it will be able to get the most from its design advantages.
“These include not only the long 80-meter boom and large lifting capacities even when using an extension, but also the extremely compact carrier,” said Wiesbauer GmbH General Manager Thomas Wiesbauer.
“The latter can be absolutely vital when it comes to projects in urban areas, where every centimetre counts.”
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The company already has a Demag AC 500-8 and an AC 700-9 all-terrain crane in its fleet but decided to purchase the AC 300-6 as the General Managers believe it to be one of the best in its class.
The crane is able to excel in tight spaces, as it can take advantage of the maximum available lifting capacities when using asymmetrical outrigger configurations.
Wiesbauer GmbH also plans to add another Demag to its fleet, with a Demag AC 130-5 to be delivered later this year.