I&H takes delivery of new Tadano AC 3.060-1

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I & H Operations Manager Nils Laumann is quick to list the numerous advantages behind the Tadano AC 3.060-1 all-terrain crane: “It all started with its compact design in combination with the 50-meter-long main boom and, as far as we’re concerned, culminated with the extraordinary IC-1 Plus crane control system, which makes it possible to take advantage of the maximum available lifting capacities under all conditions when used with the Flex Base outrigger system, as the latter makes it possible to extend the crane’s outriggers to any point within their available range.”

The new machine was handed over by Tadano Regional Sales Manager Uwe Degenhardt to I & H crane operator Andreas Kraska, who is thoroughly familiar with the cranes from Zweibrücken and Lauf – after all, the manufacturer’s cranes have been a fixture of the I & H fleet for years.

“Right now, we have various models of this brand with lifting capacities of 30 to 400 tonnes in use,” Laumann reports. “And not just because of the cranes’ high quality and reliability, but also because of our excellent work together with Tadano in general and with Mr. Degenhardt specifically, as well as the fact that we know we can rely on them at all times,” highlights I & H Managing Director Michael Ide, who will be using the new AC 3.060-1 predominantly for steel construction projects, as that is where the advantages from its engineering will shine in particular.

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