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In January 2015, All Erection & Cranes purchased 40 New Link-Belt CranesALL Grows Fleet With Massive Investment

The USA company, ALL Erection & Crane Rental Corp, has shown its confidence in the future with a massive investment in new cranes.

In December 2014, the company placed an order for 15 Tadano RT cranes.

The 55 ton capacity Tadano GR-550XL rough terrain cranes will be delivered throughout early 2015 and will service ALL’s network of 37 strategically located branches.

Then, in January 2015, the company purchased 40 New Link-Belt Cranes

The package deal includes 20 lattice-boom crawlers from 110 to 200 USt (100 to 182 mt); six TCC-1100 telescopic crawlers (110 USt, 100 mt); nine truck cranes (six HTC-8675 [75 USt, 70 mt] and three HTC-86100 [100 USt, 85 mt]); four ATC-3210 all-terrain cranes (210 USt, 185 mt); and one RTC-80150 rough-terrain crane (150 USt, 135 mt).

Michael Liptak, president of the ALL Family of Companies said:

This package consists of a few replacement cranes, since sales for used equipment have been strong, as well as many units that are new to the fleet. The deal is part of our commitment to planned fleet expansion.
     Even though ALL has one of the industry’s largest and most technologically advanced fleets, we always want to be able to fulfil our customers’ requirements. The new cranes will be delivered and distributed among the ALL Family of Companies’ branches starting immediately and continuing through 2015.

ALL Erection & Crane Rental Corp.

St Helena

Airport Earthworks Making Progress

Video report on the progress made to date on construction of the 2.5 km airport runway and related works on the remote island of St. Helena



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