Whyte Cargo Handlers Has Taken Of A Liebherr Ltm 1250 5.1

Scottish rental company Whyte Cargo Handlers has taken delivery of a 250 tonne Liebherr LTM 1250-5.1 All Terrain crane.

The five-axle LTM 1250-5.1 features a 60-metre main boom plus a 36-metre bi-fold swing away extension which can be extended to 50 metres with inserts and offset hydraulically by up to 45 degrees.

The new crane will mostly be used on a wide range of cargo handling projects in the northeast of Scotland, which include chain and anchor handling and pipe loading etc…. The crane features an elevating cab as well as with a number of mobile grabbing attachments for handling fertilisers, grain, animal feeds, salt, coal and other bulk commodities.

Whyte Cargo Handlers managing director, John Mullen, said: “This significant investment will further enhance Whyte Cargo Handlers’ capabilities as one of the leading cargo handlers in the northeast of Scotland.”

Based in Ferryden – Montrose – Whyte Cargo Handlers runs a fleet that includes All Terrain cranes, forklift trucks and telehandlers. It operates across a number of Scottish ports including Montrose, Aberdeen, Peterhead, Fraserburgh, Inverness, Invergordon and Rosyth on the Forth.

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