Purchased 19 cranes From Grove and National Crane | Crane Plus

Purchased 19 cranes From Grove and National Crane | Crane Plus:

US based rental company Maxim Crane Works has purchased 19 cranes from Grove and National Crane.

The order includes eight 100 tonne Grove GRT8100 Rough Terrain cranes, three Grove 100 tonne TMS9000-2 truck- mounted cranes and eight of the new 50 tonne National Crane NBT55Ls. The GRT8100 features a 47 metre main boom, plus extension, which takes the maximum tip height to 73 metres. 
The Grove GRT 8100
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The four axle TMS9000-2 truck crane boasts a 51.6 metre main boom and a 79.3 metre maximum tip height, while the NBT55L has a 46 metre main boom and 54.6 metre maximum tip height. All three cranes have been launched within the past 18 months. 

The new Grove TMS 9000-2
The new Grove TMS 9000-2
Chief operating officer Frank Bardonaro said: “A lifting company can only be as good as the tools it uses to complete the job. For years we have relied on Manitowoc, Grove and National Crane to deliver us cranes that offer superior quality and return on investment. We are especially enthusiastic about the Grove GRT8100 and NBT55L models. It’s clear that these cranes are designed and built to not only be tougher than their predecessors, but also reflect the needs of the current lifting market.” 

National Crane NBT55L
The new National Crane NBT55L

In the past week of so Maxim has purchased 15 big Tadano Rough Terrain cranes and three big eight axle Liebherr All Terrain cranes as well as these 19 units from Grove and National Crane, with the momentum driven by increased demand from the petrochemical sector as it plays catch up, after several years of under investment.

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