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Reach Crane Trucks expands fleet

  • Posted on Tuesday 16th, January 2018.

New South Wales-based business, Reach Crane Trucks, has taken delivery of its sixth Effer crane from Maxilift Australia.

According to Maxilift Australia Sales Engineer, Nathan Deane, Reach Crane Trucks received its Effer 505-6S at its New South Wales-based facility, citing lightweight construction and brand confidence as priority benefits.

“Reach has a long-standing relationship with the team at Maxilift Australia,” Deane said.

“It has purchased a number of Effer cranes in the past and has engaged us to service and maintain its equipment. The company previously had a similar crane model mounted on a trailer and were looking for a new crane truck to service existing customers while offering a fresh value proposition to entice new customers.”

According to Deane, the lightweight construction of the Effer crane means that it can be mounted behind the cabin of a Kenworth K104 rigid, for instance.

“The crane system is 50-tonne per metre, featuring continuous slewing, radio remote control and lifting capabilities of 2,120kg at 16.85m and 8,970kg at 4.78m," Deane said.

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