Select Crane delivers ATs bound for Egypt

30 June 2020

Select Crane Sales recently delivered two all-terrain cranes to a customer in Egypt. The order included a 2004 Demag AC 350 and 2006 Tadano ATF 45-3.

2004 Demag AC 350

The 400-ton Demag AC 350 features a max boom length of 210 feet.

The 400-ton Demag AC 350 with a max boom length of 210 feet is the most compact crane of its capacity class. It provides excellent maneuverability in tight spaces and quick set-up, the company said. The smaller 50 ton capacity Tadano ATF 45-3 offers a 5 section 111-foot telescopic boom.

“It’s great to see demand coming back around the world and Select Crane is ready to meet the needs of our customers” said Jason MacKenzie, president, Select Crane Sales.

2006 ATF 45-3

The 50 ton capacity Tadano ATF 45-3 offers a 5 section 111-foot telescopic boom.

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