German heavy lifter I & H Kran puts new Tadano AC 100-4L and Tadano AC 220-5 all terrains into operation.
“We were missing a middle child,” jokes Weiss Kranservice Junior Manager Dominik Magg while taking delivery of his new AC 250-5 crane in Zweibrücken. After all, his fleet already featured an AC 220-5 and an AC 300-6. The company’s most recent acquisition was handed over by Tadano Sales Manager Hans Asam.
The new Tadano AC 7.450-1 all terrain recently debuted at the port of Heilbronn in Germany. It was deployed along with a Demag AC 500-2 for a dual lift involving a 125t MRI magnet.
LCR recently deployed two heavy lift Tadano all terrains to assist in the construction of a precast bike way bridge in Brisbane.
Tadano launch the AC 2.040-1, a new 40 tonne capacity all terrain crane.
Recently, Tadano handed over the world’s very first Tadano AC 7.450-1 all terrain crane to highly valued customer Wiesbauer.
LCR Group’s AC1000-9 passes first test lift with flying colours.
Coffs City Cranes recently took delivery of a new Tadano ATF 130G-5, the largest capacity all terrain in the Coffs region. Operations manager Emma Makinson explains the reasoning behind the purchase and how it fits into the fleet.
Recently, Prime Minister Scott Morrison spent time touring the industrial heartland of Gladstone in Queenland. He visited the Xtreme Engineering operation where he met General Manager Scott Harrington to discuss how the business has benefitted from government policies and the recent purchase of a Tadano ATF120-5.1 all terrain, the first in Australia.