Russia receives first mini cranes

By Sarah Ann McCay29 July 2012

LTECH has taken delivery of the first Might Crane mini cranes in Russia

LTECH has taken delivery of the first Might Crane mini cranes in Russia

Russia's sales and rental firm LTech-Lifting Technology has received its first Mighty Crane mini cranes from Japanese manufacturer R&B Engineering.

The CR285D and CR335D mini cranes have been received in Russia and have been already been put to work on long-term rental agreements. The CR285D is being used on a shopping centre development while Moscow Metro acquired the CR335D.

In early 2012 LTech-Lifting Technology signed an exclusive agreement with R&B Engineering Co. Ltd, producing hydraulic mini cranes under the brand Mighty Crane, to represent its products in Russia. The agreement will run for five years.

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