Quinto Crane & Plant sale raises more than £5 million

By Alex Dahm28 June 2022

4 axle AT crane in Quinto colours A 2010 Tadano Faun 90 tonne AT made £162,500

A sale by Euro Auctions on 23 June saw the crane fleet of Quinto Crane & Plant realise a total of £5.12 million (US$ 6.24 million).

The UK crane rental house established in 1966 went into administration on 4 May. Administrator Price Bailey appointed Euro Auctions to dispose of all the East of England-based wheeled mobile crane rental company’s assets. The sale was at Anson Road near Norwich Airport.

A total of 387 lots attracted more than 600 bidders from Europe and the Middle East. It was an equal split between online and in-person bidders, Euro Auctions said. Most of the bidders were from the UK, Ireland, Netherlands, Germany and Poland, Euro Auctions said.

Commenting on the sale David Betts at Euro Auctions, said, “This was another pivotal off-site sale for Euro Auctions. We are delighted that Price Bailey chose to put their faith in us for this sale, based on our experience in disposing of crane assets, in addition to our extensive experience in conducting disposal sales and through our global network of buyers and consignors. Prices were strong, there was a great deal of international interest, and all lots went for good money.”

The crane lots and prices achieved were as follows:
2014 Grove GMK6300L, 300 tonne capacity 6 axle all terrain crane, 80 metre boom, 21 metre lattice jib, multiple hook blocks, 5,428 bottom hours), 6,292 hours on the upper £630,000.

2016 Spierings SK597-AT4 mobile folding tower crane on four axles, 48 metre lift height, 48 metre radius, remote control, 2,244 hours £372,000

2018 Liebherr LTM 1060-3.1, 60 tonne AT, 48 metre boom, 9.5-16 metre lattice, several hook blocks, 2,831 bottom hours, 4,485 hours on the upper £367,500

2015 Tadano ATF130G-5, 130 tonne 5 axle all terrain, 60 metre boom, 7 metre lattice inserts, 7.5 metre boom tip, 6 metre slinger foot, multiple hook blocks, 6,225 bottom hours, 6,005 hours on the upper £354,000.

2020 MAN TGM 26.290 6x2 truck with Bocker AK52 crane, 52 metre boom, 10,050 hour £320,000

2015 Grove GMK4100L, 100 tonne 4 axle AT, 60 metre boom, 16 metre lattice, multiple hook blocks, 5,144 bottom hours, 5,200 hours on the upper £305,000.

2018 Liebherr LTM 1040-2.1, 40 tonne, 2 axle AT, 35 metre boom, 2,913 bottom hours, 3,691 hours on the upper £265,000

2018 Liebherr LTM 1040-2.1, 40 tonne, 2 axle AT, 35 metre boom, 2,650 bottom hours, 3,350 hours on the upper £265,000

2016 Liebherr LTM 1060-3.1, 60 tonne 3 axle AT, 48 metre boom, 9.5-16 metre lattice, several hook blocks, 5,117 bottom hours, 5,641 hours on the upper £260,000

2019 MAN TGM 26.290 6x2 truck with Bocker AK46/6000 crane, 46 metre boom, extra fly jib and hook, 3,320 hours £235,000

2015 Liebherr LTC 1045-3.2, 45 tonne capacity three axle compact AT, 36 metre boom, 13 metre lattice, two hook blocks, 4,032 bottom hours, 5,716 hours on the upper £180,000

2007 Liebherr LTM 1070-4.1, 70 tonne 4 axle AT, 50 metre boom, 9.5-16 metre lattice extension, two hook blocks, 8,954 bottom hours, 11,230 hours on the upper £177,000

2010 Tadano Faun, 90 tonne 4 axle AT £162,500

2016 Terex AC 40/2L, 40 tonne, 2 axle AT, 37 metre boom, several hook blocks, 8,783 hours £150,000

2016 Terex AC 40/2L, 40 tonne, 2 axle AT, 37 metre boom, three blocks, 8,773 hours £150,000

2009 Liebherr LTM 1055-3.2, 55 tonne 3 axle AT, 40 metre boom, 9.5-16 metre lattice, two hook blocks, 6,828 bottom hours, 8,625 hours on the upper £137,500

2007 Terex Demag AC 35L 35 tonne, 2 axle AT, 37.4 metre boom, block and fly jib, 14,142 hours £55,000

2007 Terex Demag AC 35L, 35 tonne, 2 axle AT, 37.4 metre boom, fly jib, block, 12,748 hours £52,000

2006 Terex Demag AC 35L 35 tonne, 2 axle AT, 37.4 metre boom, block and fly jib, 4,410 hours £51,000

2005 Terex Demag AC 35L, 35 tonne 2 axle AT, 37.4 metre boom, block and fly jib, 22,000 hours) £42,000

2005 Terex Demag AC 35L 35 tonne 2 axle AT, 37.4 metre boom, block and fly jib, 24,694 hours £42,000

2005 Terex Demag AC 35L, 35 tonne 2 axle AT, 37.4 metre boom, block and fly jib, (non-runner) £30,000

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