Tadano donates truck loader cranes to Pakistan relief work

24 April 2008

Devastation caused by the earthquake in Pakistan, Kashmir and northern India last fall struck a chord with many people around the world who wanted to help. After discussions with the Pakistani embassy in Tokyo, Tadano donated two TM-ZR303 truck loader cranes mounted on Mitsubishi chassis to help with the emergency relief work and the reconstruction.

The cranes arrived in Karachi in mid February.

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