With the market for rough terrain (RT) cranes continuing to boom, the ALL Family of Companies, the largest privately held crane rental and sales operation in North America, is adding nine more to its rental fleet. The new RTs from Tadano range in capacities from 35 tons to 80 tons. Included in the package are two 35-ton GR-350XL, four 55-ton GR-550XL, and three 80-ton GR-800XL-4.
These much-used utility players for construction sites are all two-axle machines for maximum maneuverability and efficiency. The five-section, full-power telescoping booms enable ease of set-up that makes each unit ideal for performing multiple tasks from end-to-end of a job site. Maximum boom lengths start at 101.7 feet for the 35-ton units, go up to 113.9 feet for the 55-ton, and 154.2 feet for the 80-ton cranes.
“These cranes are ideal for general construction where there’s great need for work with concrete and rebar. They can easily fold up, come off outriggers, and move onto other tasks quickly and efficiently,” said Chad Rados, project coordinator for ALL.
Their independent front and rear steering enables these cranes to get up close in confined spaces, making them popular for plant outage work as well.
Tadano RTs are engineered for maximum customer uptime. They are known as a quality product that stays out of the service bay until it’s time for scheduled maintenance. Their reputation for ease of use gets operators in the cab and right to work.
“We expect the high demand for RTs to continue, and these will be welcome additions to the fleet,” said Rados. “These units will have no problem finding work shortly after we take delivery.” They will be strategically deployed across the ALL Family’s 33 North American branches.