The ATF220G-5 was released into the European market in November 2006 and it has also been featured in Asia’s largest construction equipment exhibition in Shanghai, Bauma China in December 2006.
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The new ATF220G-5 all-terrain crane offers a maximum lifting capacity of 220 tonnes with a 7-section boom of 68m equipped with a Lift Adjuster system, enhancing safety in crane operation as with the precedent ATF160G-5 model. Also featured with the GR-700EXL rough terrain crane which both models are well received by the visitors because of their “ease of operation”.
On the other hand, Tadano joint-venture manufacturer, BQ-Tadano has also showcased three truck cranes, GT-250E, GT-350E and GT550E with 25-tonne, 35-tonne and 50-tonne lifting capacities respectively.
GBP Crane took delivery of the first unit of ATF220G-5 in New South Wales, Australia sold by Tadano Oceania. the second largest Tadano all terrain crane while the first being Tadano ATF400G-6.
UK-based rental company Hewden has started taking delivery of 21 new Tadano all terrain cranes in 2016, ranging from 70 to 220 ton, a total investment of 11.5 million pounds. The largest cranes were two units of ATF220G-5 with a 21-meter telescopic luffing jib attachment. It also was the first unit of ATF220G-5 in the UK market. Other cranes in the package include 3 units 130 ton 5-axle ATF130G-5, 6 units 100 ton 4-axle ATF100G-4 and 10 units 70 ton ATF70G-4.