Gruas Tomas puts Tadano all terrain crane into service

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Miguel Bellido Garcia, a director at Spanish crane and transport firm Grúas Tomás, knows what works.

“Our Tadano ATF 60G-3 is a second hand crane and is perfect for factory hall assignments,” he says.“With its 48-meter-long main boom and its ability to telescope under load, it ticks all the boxes. Plus, it’s highly compact, so it performs well even in very tight spaces.”

Grúas Tomás’s ATF 60G-3 boasts numerous other technical advantages as well. For example, with its 6×6 drive, it has plenty of tractive power, even under very trying conditions. It also has a remote control for the runner and a towbar.

“This equipment package makes the crane perfect for our needs because we’ll be using it mainly for factory hall assignments such as lifting heavy machinery. Its large lifting capacities and supreme maneuverability are a major plus in this line of work,” says Miguel Bellido Garcia. He is equally delighted with the service his firm has received from Tadano. “Tadano’s customer support has benefited enormously from the OneTadano integration process. The Tadano service team has done an outstanding job – we couldn’t ask for anything more.”

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15 December 2022 |

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