Dutch crane company Vegt has taken delivery of a new Tadano AC 4.100L-1 telescopic all terrain crane.

Left to right: Jac Vegt, managing director at V.d. Vegt and Richard Beenen, Tadano sales manager for the Netherlands. (Photo: Tadano)

This latest addition to the fleet joins the company’s six other Tadano cranes.

Vegt said it opted for the new Tadano AC 4.100L-1 due to its compact dimensions and 60 metre main boom length.

The company said that as it works primarily for the construction industry, the AC 4.100L-1’s compact dimensions make it the ideal choice, especially for tight job sites.

Cost effectiveness was also a decisive factor, explained the Vegt directors, “The crane offers truly outstanding lifting capacities, even within the confines of its 12 tonne axle load limit. That makes it an extremely cost-effective taxi crane.”

Tadano’s sales manager for the Netherlands Richard Beenen said, “Vegt is one of our longest-standing and most loyal customers in the Netherlands. They also regularly transport large parts and counterweights for us. So, it’s always a great pleasure to meet them in person – especially when the occasion is the delivery of a new crane.”

The company intends to add more Tadano cranes to its fleet in the future.

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