German company Schmidbauer Group have just taken delivery of two new Tadano AC 3.045-1 cranes.
Located just outside of Munich, the special load transportation, crane work and assembly work industry specialists placed an order for six of the cranes last year, receiving the first three back in November.
With numbers four and five officially being handed over to two of their facilities – one in Brunswick, one in Ingolstadt –, Managing Director of Fricke-Schmidbauer Dr. Mitja Schimek said the team was “really excited” about obtaining another AC 3.045-1 for their fleet.
“The extremely compact AC 3.045-1 City is simply our crane of choice when it comes to projects in urban areas and tight work sites,” he said.
With Schmidbauer also ordering all six cranes with the e-Pack prep package, the company now finds itself in the position to operate the crane in a zero-emission manner and operate in cleanroom areas, thereby aligning itself with Schmidbauer Group’s green future policy.
Speaking to its versatility, Manager of Ingolstadt branch Christian Schlagbauer labelled the crane as “unbeatable” from their perspective, especially when it came to working on indoor projects.
“The crane has extraordinary lifting capacities – especially, when telescoping under load,” he said.
News of Tadano’s delivery to Schmidbauer Group comes as the global engineering and manufacturing company recently delivered a new all-terrain crane – the AC 4.080-1 – to another German company, Scholpp.
Also equipped with e-Pack prep, these new deliveries are indicative of the company’s approach to creating a greener construction sector.