First Potain Hup in Iceland

By Alex Dahm23 January 2018

Construction contractor Bygg in Iceland has taken delivery of the first Potain Hup self erecting tower crane in the country.

Potain Hup 32-27 in Iceland

The first Manitowoc Potain Hup 32-27 in Iceland for Bygg

The 4 tonne capacity Hup 32-27 went to a job site in Reykjavik to build a residential development. It has radio remote control and reaches a 32 metre maximum radius.

Iceland Manitowoc dealer Kraftvélar sold the crane to Bygg. Other cranes in the Bygg fleet include two Potain Igo 36 self erecting cranes and a Potain MD 125 A city tower crane. The company was set up in 1984 and has 215 employees.

 

MAGAZINE
NEWSLETTER
Delivered directly to your inbox, World Crane Week Newsletter features the pick of the breaking news stories, product launches, show reports and more from KHL's world-class editorial team.
Long Reads
Top 5 private equity rental acquisitions 2021
We pick out five prominent acquisitions that have occurred throughout the year
Top 10 tower crane companies 2021
Who are the new entrants and which firms head up International Cranes and Specialized Transport magazine’s annual list of the world’s largest tower crane-owning companies?
Detailing North America’s latest breakbulk projects
Wind components, vessels and modules, ACT rounds up several significant breakbulk cargo projects.
CONNECT WITH THE TEAM
Alex Dahm Editor, International Cranes and Specialized Transport Tel: +44(0) 1892 786 206 E-mail: alex.dahm@khl.com
Mike Posener Sales Manager Tel: +353 860 431 219 E-mail: mike.posener@khl.com
CONNECT WITH SOCIAL MEDIA