Vittamaq adds Grove all terrain

By Laura Hatton18 October 2013

Vittamaq's Grove GMK6300L all-terrain crane

Vittamaq's Grove GMK6300L all-terrain crane

Rental company Vittamaq, based in Chile, has added a six-axle Grove GMK6300L all terrain crane to its fleet of rental cranes.

The 300 tonne capacity GMK6300L has an 80 metre, seven section boom and Megatrak independent suspension. Work for the all terrain will include tasks throughout the lumber, agriculture, shipyard, steel and petrochemical industries.

José Manuel Cortés Uriarte, Vittamaq CEO, said, “The GMK6300L is an incredibly durable and versatile crane that will fit the wide variety of work that our customers do. We wanted a crane with a long reach and large lifting capacity that would save our customers time and money. As we have had only excellent experiences with Grove cranes, the choice was easy.

“We needed a machine to satisfy our growing number of customer demands for access to equipment that will reduce working times and increase project stability. Our new Grove GMK6300L is a unique machine in the market due to its versatility, and it will be an extremely useful tool for our customers,” Cortés added.

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