All Terrain Cranes


J&B Heavy Haul Picks 175|AT for Transformer Work →

J&B Heavy Haul of Oklahoma City, Okla., purchased a Link-Belt Cranes 175-ton (150-t) 175|AT all terrain crane for its trucking and heavy haul business. Primarily, J&B Heavy Haul services the civil, power, petrochemical and manufacturing markets. The company already has well over 1,000 hours on its new 175|AT, utilizing it for its taxi rental fleet that services a 250-mi. range from Oklahoma City.  Click for more...


Manitowoc Introduces CONNECT Digital Solution →

Manitowoc continues its expansion and investment in support services with the launch of CONNECT, a new digital platform that will launch at bauma 2022. CONNECT enables remote monitoring through an app-based system that gives owners and operators the ability to view real-time crane information, receive alerts, exchange data and more with further functionality to be added in the future. The versatile CONNECT platform, with its wide-ranging capabilities, will advance fleet management, boost sustainability, streamline service and maintenance for users, and improve connectivity to cranes with the easy-to-use platform working across smartphones, tablets and laptops.  Click for more...


H.A. Leo Crane Purchases First New Tadano AC4.110-1 in North America →

Harry Leo III of H.A. Leo Crane LLC in Webster, Mass., recently took delivery of a new 2022 Tadano AC 4.110-1, 120-ton all terrain crane from Empire Crane Company. This is the first Tadano AC 4.110-1 to be delivered in North America. Leo Crane is a third generation company that offers rigging, lifting and hauling throughout New England. The 100 to 120 ton class is the ideal size for the category of work and customers H.A.  Click for more...


Two Tower Cranes on Small Lot Build Minneapolis' Next Great High-Rise Project →

If you're building a suburban home, 3.4 acres is a good-sized piece of land. But what if you're building two urban mixed-use towers connected by a skywalk with an acre of greenspace between them? Then, suddenly, that 3.4 acre space starts to seem daunting. That is the plan for North Loop Green, a new high-rise development in Minneapolis' North Loop neighborhood. As if the acreage wasn't small enough, it's also boxed in, surrounded by a bridge, interstate and rail line.  Click for more...


GrĂșas Alhambra Invests in More Grove All-Terrain Cranes →

Grenada-based Grúas Alhambra has expanded its 30-strong fleet with a new 275 ton capacity five-axle Grove GMK5250L-1 all-terrain crane and a used 441 ton capacity six-axle Grove GMK6400 all-terrain crane. The Spanish rental company has specialized in mobile cranes for more than 50 years, offering high quality machines, that are operated by the best people, to jobs across Andalusia. A focus on quality led Grúas Alhambra to develop a relationship with Manitowoc and its Grove brand.  Click for more...


Huixiang Crane Lifting in Taiwan Welcomes its First Grove Crane →

Taiwanese crane rental company Huixiang Crane Lifting has purchased its first Grove crane, adding a GMK5250XL-1 to its growing fleet. The powerful 5-axle all-terrain crane was unveiled at bauma 2019 in Germany and has been added to rental fleets across the world ever since. The new arrival becomes the largest machine in Huixiang Crane Lifting's rental fleet of six units. The first job for the new crane is supporting construction work at a local science park project and once work there wraps up it will then travel to Tainan.  Click for more...


French Transport Specialist Groupe Cayon Adds Grove Cranes to Fleet →

French transport specialist Groupe Cayon took delivery of three new 66 ton capacity Grove GMK3060L-1 all-terrain cranes in 2021 and one GMK5150L-1 in February 2022. "The compact size, long boom and strong load charts on the GMK3060L-1 are perfect for our fleet and will help us improve our productivity," said Julien Cayon, director of Groupe Cayon. "When choosing a new model for our fleet, it was also important to select a mobile crane that complies with road regulations and travels well between job sites.  Click for more...


Grove GMK5250L-1 All-Terrain Crane Installs Vatican's Christmas Tree →

Italian rental company I.B.A. Crane undertook the important job of installing the Vatican's main Christmas tree in St. Peter's Square, using a Grove GMK5250L-1 all-terrain crane. I.B.A. Crane chose the five-axle 275 ton capacity mobile crane, which it received from Central and Southern Italian Grove dealer FIMI in December 2020, to complete this prestigious task for its convenient compact dimensions and efficient operation.  Click for more...


Chilean Company Corssen Relies Exclusively on Grove for Challenging High-Elevation Jobs →

Antofagasta, Chile-based Corssen Grúas & Montajes has been in business for more than 35 years and currently counts on an exclusively Grove fleet for lifting jobs in the country's mining, energy and construction sectors. The company's rough-terrain and all-terrain cranes face tough projects in elevations as high as 15,000 ft. and under extreme temperatures that often hover around 5 F.  Click for more...


NessCampbell's First Grove GMK5250XL-1 Hits the Ground Running in Oregon →

Portland, Ore.-based NessCampbell Crane + Rigging, a longtime Manitowoc customer, put its new Grove GMK5250XL-1 all-terrain crane to work immediately after it was delivered in late September. The crane was the first of its kind to arrive in the Northwest, and it already has successfully completed a handful of jobs. The crane's first job involved lifting and placing 26,000 lb. metal structures at a power plant just outside Sheridan, Ore.  Click for more...


ALL Crane Assists With Maintenance to Cleveland Company's Private Wind Turbine →

Cleveland-based Lincoln Electric, a manufacturer of welding equipment, made a big splash a decade ago when it constructed a wind turbine on its property and pledged to use the energy derived as 10 percent of its plant's total electricity requirement. When the 262 ft. (80-m), 2.5-megawatt turbine was erected back in 2011, the crane used was supplied by ALL Erection & Crane Rental, a member of the ALL Family of Companies.  Click for more...


Kanson Adds Three New Grove GMK4100L-1 Cranes to Hong Kong Fleet →

Hong Kong-based heavy equipment rental company Kanson Crane & Heavy Transport has added three new Grove GMK4100L-1 all-terrain cranes to its fleet. The company placed the order for the units off the back of previous experience with its GMK4100L units, the forerunner to the GMK4100L-1. Two of the cranes arrived in May with the third delivered in July. All will be used for a variety of duties in Hong Kong's bustling urban landscape including assembling tower cranes and general construction work.  Click for more...


ALL Crane Goes to the Beach for Hotel Construction on Florida's Gulf Coast →

Building a hotel might sound like routine construction, but when you're in the tourist town of Panama City Beach, Florida — and you're building directly on the beach — nothing is routine. The beach is adjacent to a bustling retail area loaded with national big box stores, a shopping mall, smaller boutique stores, as well as restaurants and all the typical trappings of a vacation destination.  Click for more...


Tadano Upgrades AC 4.110-1, AC 5.120-1 All Terrain Cranes →

Mobile crane manufacturer Tadano is betting on being on the cutting edge of things, and so the company recently decided to upgrade more than just the name of its four-axle and five-axle cranes in the 110 to 130 ton class. The maneuverable AC 4.110-1 now has a larger lifting capacity despite there not being any changes to its total weight — all due to a new and stronger boom that also is part of the five-axle AC 5.120-1.  Click for more...


ALL's 'Blue Beast' Makes Its Debut →

The "Blue Beast", an all-terrain crane with one of the industry's largest lifting capacities on eight axles, made its debut recently on a project at a Veterans Administration Hospital in Cleveland. The newly delivered Liebherr LTM 1650-8.1, dubbed the "Blue Beast" due to its cobalt blue paint job, performed its inaugural lift for ALL Erection & Crane Rental, the flagship branch of the ALL Family of Companies.  Click for more...


D.A. Collins Completes Erie Canal Work With 248 HYLAB, ATC-3275 →

As part of New York State Canal Corporation's emergency repair program, construction is complete on Erie Canal Lock E-7 in Niskayuna, N.Y. Maintenance and repairs were finalized prior to May 15, 2021, when navigation season of the Erie Canal begins. D.A. Collins Companies (D.A. Collins) of Wilton, N.Y., used its 200-ton (181 t) Link-Belt 248 HYLAB 5 lattice crawler crane and 275-ton (250 t) Link-Belt ATC-3275 all-terrain crane for refurbishment of the lock's key components — valves, gates, electrical and concrete basin.  Click for more...


Tadano Introduces All-Terrain AC 4.070(L)-1 Crane →

With its AC 4.070-1 and AC 4.070L-1, mobile crane manufacturer Tadano is introducing an upgraded four-axle all terrain crane with a lifting capacity of 75 ton and two boom lengths. Successor to the successful ATF 70G-4, the crane was designed with a strong focus on versatile and comfortable operation. It features a new carrier cab, a multifunctional crane control system, and engines that conform to EU Stage V requirements.  Click for more...


Maxim Crane Works Inks 51 Grove Crane Order to Support Expansion Strategy →

Maxim Crane Works has started receiving the first units from a sizable 51-crane order from Manitowoc. The purchase — a combination of larger rough-terrain cranes and all-terrain cranes from Grove — is aimed at strengthening the company's fleet in several newly-opened locations across the country. Maxim's order was driven by the results of an extensive market research survey that analyzed customer needs for lifting equipment, both at present and into the future.  Click for more...


John Sutch Cranes Raises Awareness, Funds for The Christie Cancer Charity With Specially-Wrapped Grove GMK5200-1 →

Since Liverpool and Manchester-based John Sutch Cranes took delivery of the UK's first Grove GMK5200-1 from Manitowoc in July 2020, the five-axle 220 ton all-terrain crane has proved a very busy model for the mobile crane rental and contract lifting specialist. The compact size and interchangeable counterweight slabs have enabled it to complete a broad range of 110 to 220 ton capacity jobs, including glazing, petrochemicals and telecommunications, as well as general construction.  Click for more...


Cunzolo Expands Fleet With New Tadano ATF 400G-6 All Terrain Crane →

Brazilian crane service provider Cunzolo recently acquired a brand new Tadano ATF 400G-6 with all the bells and whistles: Among other equipment, the crane features a luffing jib and the "Power System" boom suspension system, which will enable the unit to safely tackle jobs involving complex lifts, cumbersome and heavy loads, and impressive heights all by itself. This boom suspension system, which is one of a kind in the market, increases lifting capacity significantly and makes it possible, above all, to lift heavy loads while working with an extension.  Click for more...



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