ALL Crane Adds Nine New Link-Belts

Mon November 23, 2020 - National Edition
ALL Family of Companies

The purchase of nine new Link-Belt cranes brings ALL’s total ownership of TCCs to more than 40 units across its nationwide branches.
The purchase of nine new Link-Belt cranes brings ALL’s total ownership of TCCs to more than 40 units across its nationwide branches.

The ALL Family of Companies is adding nine new Link-Belt cranes to its fleet. The purchase comes on the heels of a previous 16-unit Link-Belt package announced earlier in the year.

This latest purchase includes six telecrawlers — two each of the 80-ton TCC-800, 140-ton TCC-1400, and 250-ton TCC-2500 — and three truck cranes: 60-ton HTC-8660, 75-ton HTC-8675, and 110-ton HTC-86110.

This will bring ALL's total ownership of TCCs to more than 40 units across its nationwide branches. Since entering the market 15 years ago, the TCC line of telecrawlers has steadily grown, with increased capacities that maintain ease of off-road maneuvering.

"Link-Belts are a staple of ALL's daily taxi fleet," said Rick Mikut, ALL Crane's crawler crane division manager. "They provide fast setup and a high degree of mobility for customers across a variety of diverse industries."

TCCs are popular for power line and wind jobs and small steel and precast plank projects, according to the company.

Mikut is particularly excited to be adding more TCC-800 units to ALL's fleet, in large part because of its SmartFly system.

"This will make job sites safer because it requires one section of the jib to be pinned before moving on to the next section," he said.

Link-Belt telecrawlers have proved popular with ALL's customers.

"They love these workhorses," said Mikut. "They're dependable, crawl into position and get to work fast. They can add several hours a day of operating time to a job site."

The three HTC units hit ALL's truck crane sweet spot, typically 110 ton and below. These units offer speed, accessibility, long reach and high-capacity booms. Their features draw from the best attributes of a truck and an all-terrain crane. They have the reach and capacities of smaller ATs, while transporting quickly and easily — just like a truck.

The deal reflects ALL's commitment to constantly maintain what is known as North America's most modern, technologically advanced fleet. ALL will take delivery of the nine new units throughout 2021, where they will join units from the previously announced Link-Belt purchase, which included four 60-ton HTC-8660 truck cranes, four 50-ton TCC-500 telecrawlers, four 80-ton TCC-800 telecrawlers, one 140-ton TCC-1400 telecrawler, one 100-ton 100 RT rough-terrain crane and two 200-ton 248-HSL lattice boom crawlers.

For more information, call 800/232-4100 or visit www.allcrane.com.

This story also appears on Crane Equipment Guide.