Eagle West orders towers

20 March 2008

Eagle West Tower cranes has ordered eight Koenig K1545TKH self erecting tower cranes worth $2.64 million. The cranes are scheduled for delivery starting in early 2008 and will take the Eagle West Tower Crane self erecting rental fleet up to 60 units by the end of 2008, according to Ryan Burton, general manager.

“The overall quality, service height, and lifting capacity of the Koenig cranes are what sells them to us and to our customers, but our customers always want more service height and lifting capacity,” said Burton.

The Koenig K1545TKH has a maximum service height of 112 fleet 6 inches with the jib horizontal or 142 fleet when luffed at 30 degrees. Maximum lifting capacity is 15,874 pounds and a jib tip capacity is 4,100 pounds.

Based in Abbotsford, BC, Eagle West Tower Cranes has offices throughout the Pacific Northwest.

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