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Mini crawler cranes could be answer to component lifting problem

Confidence in the fast developing Mini Crawler Crane hire market was given a further boost this week as Maeda’s UK distributor Kranlyft entered the running with an initial fleet of 15 Maeda mini crawler cranes with a further 5 expected by September of this year bringing the fleet to 20 units.

Kranlyft believes the Maeda would be an excellent solution for lifting components for aircraft maintenance and build. The mini crawler crane can be driven to the exact location it will be working in, and at just 600mm in width the 104 model is slim enough to fit through the average door. Its excellent manoeuvrability also makes it ideal for the maintenance environment. Kranlyft delivers training both on site and at their training centre, making sure operatives are able to handle the machines safely and responsibly.

Press release issued by Kranlyft UK Ltd on August 22, 2006


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Kranlyft UK Ltd Lifting Equipment, Cranes


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