Gheysens Smart Lifting Takes Delivery of Tadano AC 5.160-1 All-terrain Crane

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Bruges-based Belgian crane service provider Gheysens recently ordered three Tadano cranes all at once, with the first one now having been handed over in the form of an AC 5.160-1: “Simply put, its 68-meter-long main boom, five-axle steering system, and compact dimensions make the Tadano AC 5.160-1 the best crane of its class when it comes to our needs,” says Miguel Gheysens while taking delivery from Tadano Sales Manager Dimitri Jacobs in Bruges.

It is also worth mentioning that he will not need to wait long for his other two Tadano cranes: His new Tadano AC 7.450-1 with all the bells and whistles is scheduled to be delivered by the end of this year, while his Tadano AC 5.250-1 will follow at the start of 2023, completing the new Tadano trio in his fleet. “We’re already looking forward to using our new Tadano cranes and taking care of challenging jobs for our customers even better, faster, and more cost-effectively than ever before,” says Miguel Gheysens, clearly excited about putting his new cranes to work soon.

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Learn more about Tadano AC 5.160-1.

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From left to right: Miguel Gheysens (Director – Gheysens Smart Lifting ) – Dimitri Jacobs (Sales Manager – Tadano Belgium)

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