UK rental company Emsley Crane Hire has taken delivery of a new 40 tonne Tadano ATF 40G-2, taking its total fleet to 60 units. This latest acquisition is the first Tadano All Terrain crane for the Harrogate based company, which last purchased a Tadano crane in the 1990s when it bought six new Tadano truck-mounted cranes. The two axle 4x4x4 crane features a 35.2 metre main boom plus a nine metre swingaway extension, automatic lubrication/greasing system, Xenon boom lights and Tadano’s latest AML safe load indicator with full area … [Read more...]
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Tadano is investing $2.5 million to expand its Mantis crawler crane plant in Richlands, Virginia, adding at least 25 new jobs. Mantis is based in Franklin, Tennessee, and apparently considered adding capacity in either of its two locations, but chose Virginia which offered a number of grants and other financial aid. The announcement of the expansion was jointly made by Virginia’s governor Terry McAuliffe and Tadano’s Shiro Morita. McAuliffe said, “I am thrilled to announce this win for Tazewell County, creating 21st century jobs in … [Read more...]
UK based crane hire company Ellis Crane Hire has taken delivery of a 40 tonne Tadano ATF 40G-2 All Terrain crane. The compact two axle crane features a 35.2 metre main boom plus a nine metre swingaway which can be offset by zero, 20 and 40 degrees. Joint company director Simon Ellis, said: “We have looked at Tadano and had conversations with them for many years. We have a strong sector of work with two axle machines and felt the time was right to enhance our fleet with a Tadano. The crane has an impressive duty chart and compact … [Read more...]
Phillipines based crane and access rental company Ravago Equipment Rentals has taken delivery of a new three axle 145 tonne Tadano GR-1450EX Rough Terrain crane. The new crane boasts a 61 metre six section boom with a 10.3 to 18 metre bi-fold swingaway jib, 16.1 metres long and 3.3 metres wide, it weighs 91 tonnes fully rigged and can travel at 15kph. Ravago is one of the largest crane rental companies in the Philippines, with a fleet of All Terrain truck and Rough Terrains up to 700 tonnes, it also offers a wide range of aerial work … [Read more...]
UK based rental company Stoddart Crane Hire has taken delivery of a 130 tonne Tadano ATF130G. The new crane is equipped with a 60 metre main boom and an 18 metre bi-fold swingaway extension. Maximum counterweight is 42 tonnes, while the overall width is 2.75 metres, an advantage in the Scottish Highlands region that the company serves, compared to a three metre chassis. The new unit also features multi-point outrigger settings for greater flexibility in confined job sites and Tadano's Lift-adjuster system which automatically compensates … [Read more...]
Yorkshire crane rental company Highcliffe Engineering has taken delivery of its first new All Terrain crane - a 40 tonne ATF 40G-2. The compact two axle crane features a 35.2 metre main boom plus a nine metre swingaway which can be offset by zero, 20 and 40 degrees. Highcliffe manager Lee Wolstenholme, said: “In my opinion The 40G is currently the UK's most popular two axle mobile crane. It has extremely good duties, but more importantly is extremely strong and reliable. If it's good enough for Dewsbury and Proud, Davies and Marsh Plant … [Read more...]
US-based crane and access rental company ALL Erection & Crane Rental has ordered 15 units of Tadano’s 50 tonne GR-550XL Rough Terrain cranes as well as two 400 tonne ATF400G-6 All Terrain cranes. The two 400G-6s, which will be based at the company’s Chicago and ALL Canada branches, feature a five section 60 metre main boom and a 76 metre luffing jib, offering a maximum under hook height of 122 metres. It is capable of lifting 360 tonnes at a three metre radius and taking 54.6 tonnes to 20 metres. The GR-550XLs feature a 34.7 metre main boom … [Read more...]
Tadano has reported its nine month results, which show revenues up 15 percent for the year, while profits have risen more than 43 percent. Total revenues for the nine months were ¥145.1 billion ($1.2 billion), 15 percent higher than last year, which was made up principally as follows: Mobile cranes ¥97.4 billion ($822 million) - up 18.5 percent, Loader Cranes ¥15.2 billion ($128 million), Aerial work platforms ¥11.3 billion ($95.3 million). Mobile crane sales in Japan increased 33 percent to ¥29.7 billion ($250.6 million), while … [Read more...]
Spotted in Japan, a couple of the new six axle 300 tonne Tadano All Terrain cranes designated the ATF 300G-6 - which would fit into the product line between the current ATF 220G-5 and the ATF400G-6. The new crane of which we have few details at this stage, looks like a lighter version of the 400G-6, with the same chassis and 60 metre main boom, but a different counterweight configuration. The 300 has a maximum of 78 tonnes, while the 400 has 138 tonnes. The difference can be seen on the stability part of the chart, particularly at long … [Read more...]