Schmidbauer uses four Tadano all terrain cranes on one job site

By Christian Shelton16 June 2021

Munich, Germany-headquartered heavy lift and transportation company Schmidbauer was commissioned by construction company Klebl to assist on building work at the headquarters of German threading, clamping and milling technology manufacturer Emuge-Franken in Lauf an der Pegnitz.

Specifically, Klebl required four all terrain cranes to assist two three Liebherr tower cranes already on site that were lifting prefabricated components. Schmidbauer used four different Tadano ATF cranes with capacities ranging from 70 to 200 tonnes. They were on site for up to two weeks, carrying out a range of different lifting tasks.

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