ALL Erection and Crane Rental Adds Four Manitowoc Crawlers

Sat April 08, 2006 - Midwest Edition
Construction Equipment Guide

Four new model 16000 Manitowoc crawler cranes are the newest addition to ALL Erection and Crane Rental Corporation.

The high-efficiency, high-capacity, 440-ton (400 t) crane can lift 441 tons (400 t) at 21-ft. (6.4 m) radius.

In addition, the 16000 features a 300-ft. (92 m) heavy-lift boom and up to 275-ft. (84 m) luffing jib. Standard line pull is 35,000 lb (15,874 kg).

With its 275-ft. luffing jib and 157-ft. (47.9 m) main boom, the crane can lift 40 tons (36.3 t) to a height of 430 ft. (130 m) and 100-ft. (30 m) radius.

And, with a 23 ft. (7 m) windform upper boom point, it is the premier lift crane in the wind energy segment of the market.

ALL, with four units in its fleet, was the first company to take delivery of the new cranes. The modular design makes the model 16000 easy to transport and assemble — the crane packs into 18 trailer loads — and its many performance features make it a workhorse contractor’s crane as well as a rigger’s crane.

ALL erectors are fully trained in the technical and safety operation of the new crane, offering contractors the ability to get up to speed on a job without having to train their own personnel on the new equipment.

Since 1964, the ALL family of companies has grown to become one of the largest crane and equipment rental companies in North America.

The company offers its fleet of cranes, aerial work platforms, boom trucks, material handlers and other lift equipment from more than 25 strategic locations in the United States and Canada, providing rental, sales, service, and job-site analysis to help customers get the right equipment for the job.

For more information, call 216/524-6550 or visit CEG

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