ALL Erection inks orders for new Link-Belt RT

By D.Ann Shiffler08 October 2012

Fully rigged, the transport weight of the new RTC 8080 Series II is less than 90,000 pounds when the

Fully rigged, the transport weight of the new RTC 8080 Series II is less than 90,000 pounds when the modular counterweights are removed.

ALL Erection & Crane Rental Corp. has finalized the purchase of a dozen of Link-Belt’s new RTC 8080 Series II rough terrain cranes, ACT reports exclusively. The RTC 8080 Series II is one of two new cranes and a crawler crane upgrade that Link-Belt introduced to customers and dealers at its CraneFest event in late September.

“As the buyer of the first large package of yet another new Link-Belt crane product, ALL has once again demonstrated their confidence in Link-Belt’s ability to deliver to the market innovative and high-specification new models,” said Skeeter Collins, Link-Belt’s North American sales manager. “We value ALL Erection’s confidence in our products, and we look forward to providing outstanding service and support for the life of these cranes.”

This purchase agreement also includes an additional 12 units consisting of 65-ton and 130-ton rough terrain cranes, as well as 75-ton and 100-ton truck cranes.

“We have confidence in the quality of Link-Belt cranes,” says Michael Liptak, president of the ALL Family of Companies. “That’s especially important right now when we are so busy, and Link-Belt’s new rough terrain model meets a tonnage and classification demand that is currently very high.”

Cleveland-based ALL Erection & Crane Rental Corp. is the largest privately held crane rental company in North America and its fleet of lifting equipment services jobs around the world, the company said.

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