Robert Baran Crane Group orders 10 Tadano all-terrain and crawler cranes

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Tadano AC and CC cranes have long been a mainstay at the construction projects carried out by Polish crane service provider Robert Baran Crane Group.

And this is not about to change any time soon – quite the opposite, in fact!

After all, Baran is beefing up its already extensive Tadano fleet with its most recent order: seven Tadano AC 5.220L-1 all-terrain cranes, two Tadano CC 38.650-1 lattice boom crawler cranes with Boom Booster kits to increase their lifting capacity and one Tadano GTC-1800EX telescopic boom crawler crane.

The first models will be delivered in the fourth quarter of this year, meaning that Baran will be receiving its first large crane package under the consolidated Tadano brand with new product names.

“The cranes from Zweibrücken have an extraordinary reputation with us. To date, we’ve bought around 30 all-terrain cranes in the 200 and 220-tonne classes, as well seven Demag AC 500-8, a Demag AC 1000-9, 13 units of Demag CC 2800-1 and 16 Demag CC 3800-1 lattice boom crawler cranes, from this manufacturer – and we can’t help but be impressed with their performance and quality every time we use one of them,” says company owner Robert Baran while explaining his decision to once again go for the cranes from Zweibrücken.

The cranes will soon be appearing at a large number of worksites in Poland building everything from sports stadiums to power plants, for which Baran prefers to use Tadano cranes.

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