FESCO buys two TADANO ATFs

By John Skelly09 February 2015

David Green (TADANO), Kevin Franke (FESCO), David Ortega (FESCO), Philip Shay (FESCO), and Jacob Mor

David Green (TADANO), Kevin Franke (FESCO), David Ortega (FESCO), Philip Shay (FESCO), and Jacob Morris (TADANO)

FESCO, Ltd. purchased two new ATF 180G-5 cranes from TADANO America. The ATF 180G-5 has a capacity of 200 tons and a maximum lift height of 324 feet. FESCO, Ltd, a Texas-based oilfield service company, plans to use the all-terrain cranes in a variety of ways.

The ATF 180G-5 features cameras on the main and auxiliary winches.

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