Eight new Tadanos for Bragg Crane

By Laura Hatton11 December 2015

Bragg Crane Service’s new rough terrain cranes in their yard

Bragg Crane Service’s new rough terrain cranes in their yard

Crane rental company Bragg Crane Service, based in California, USA, has taken delivery of eight new Tadano GR-900XL rough terrain cranes.

The new cranes have already been put to work on major projects in refineries, renewable energy projects and other plant maintenance projects.

Greg Nichols, Bragg Crane Service corporate equipment manager, said, “Our rough terrain fleet is heavily utilised and having a machine on a long-term project that we can trust to start and finish the job is of the utmost importance to our company.”

Cameron Bragg, Bragg Crane Service marketing associate, said, “We are very familiar with the Tadano product line, so to us it comes as no surprise that we received a crane product that met all of our expectations.”

Ron Dogotch, Tadano America vice president of sales, said, “We’ve heard great things from Bragg on operator adoption so far. Tadano America is pleased to continue providing this valued customer with a high quality product.”

John Buksa, Bragg Crane Service operations manager, said, “These Tadano rough terrain cranes will give Bragg Crane Service an advantage on the job site in crucial shut down, turn around events, and emergency calls. We at Bragg Crane Service cannot have a machine fail to run when our customer needs it ASAP. When the customer calls we can answer on time, every time with our Tadano machines.”

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