All Erection orders cranes, receives cranes

20 March 2008

In an effort to update and modernize its crawler fleet, Cleveland-based All Erection & Crane Rental Corp. has ordered what it describes as “a substantial number of the first Manitowoc Model 14000 crawler cranes.”

The Model 14000 is Manitowoc's latest offering in the 220 ton class. It has 282 fleet of main boom and a maximum luffing jib of 373 feet. Fixed jib attachments are also available.

“We are anxious to get started with these new crawlers,” said Michael Liptak, president. “We look forward to having the all-around versatility and modern operation of a fully hydraulic crane in this size class.”

All Erection & Crane Rental Corp. has also taken delivery of three new Tadano 130 ton all terrain hydraulic cranes. They are part of a 10-crane Tadano purchase, with the remaining seven to be delivered throughout 2007. With the demand for cranes so high, the new cranes will have an immediate impact, according to Liptak.

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