Side view of Kato CR350Ri.

Dublin, Ireland-based small crane hire company Liffey Crane Hire has taken delivery of a Kato CR-350Ri city crane.

The crane has a maximum capacity of 35 tonnes at 2.6 metres provided by a six-section telescopic boom that extends from 7.5 metres to 32.5 metres. It has a maximum lifting height of 33.4 metres.

The crane also has a three-section telescopic jib, which extends the possible lifting height to 43.7 metres.

The Kato crane was sold to Liffey through Kato distributor Rivertek Services. Michael Gill, director of Liffey, said, “We see huge potential for this crane and its unique fly jib within our industry. It will increase our product offering to our customers and we are very pleased with the support we have received from Rivertek throughout the years and look forward to building on this also. We have a long history with Rivertek and Kato; our first mobile crane was a Kato ten tonne city crane which we still operate in our fleet to this day.”

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