Tadano boosts fleet through Polish provider

By Niamh Marriott31 August 2021

Polish crane service provider Robert Baran Crane Group is beefing up its crane fleet with seven Tadano AC 5.220L-1 all-terrain cranes, two Tadano CC 38.650-1 lattice boom crawler cranes and one Tadano GTC-1800EX telescopic boom crawler crane.

The first models will be delivered in the fourth quarter of this year. The two Tadano CC 38.650-1 lattice boom crawler cranes will come with Boom Booster kits to increase their lifting capacity,

Tadano’s AC 5.220L-1 all terrain crane

The Baran Crane Group is one of the largest crane service providers in Poland and has a fleet that includes around a dozen all terrain and crawler cranes from Demag, which recently became part of the Tadano Group. The Baran Crane Group’s work ranges from industrial assembly projects and erecting wind turbines though to complex infrastructure contracts.

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