Global Cranes & Machinery Sells Zoomlion RT55 in Peru

The transaction points to future business in the South American Market.

Thu August 15, 2013 - National Edition
Construction Equipment Guide


Global Cranes & Machinery, LLC has sold a Zoomlion RT55, a rough terrain crane with a maximum lift capacity of 55-metric tons (60-U.S. tons), to Southern Peru Copper Corporation through dealer Energotec S.A.C. The deal has proved successful in the South American market, and Global Cranes looks forward to future deals in this region.

Global is the exclusive international distributor of Zoomlion Rough Terrain cranes—a complete line of RT cranes loaded with all the features and meeting the tallest expectations in engineering and design. Five models are available, with lifting capacities ranging from 35 to 100 tons. The entire rough terrain crane line is specially built by Zoomlion to have equal or superior construction, features, and equipment compared to competing cranes, . Additionally, each crane includes superior service and support from our established teams in Chile, Peru, Argentina, Brazil, and US.

ABOUT GLOBAL CRANES

Global Crane Sales, in partnership with Zoomlion, offers full lines of Rough Terrain Cranes and Crawler Cranes that meet ANSI ad CE standards. The Global team has more than 100 years combined experience in the crane industry. Additionally, the company offers a variety of financing plans to aid in the procurement of its cranes. For more information, contact Global Crane Sales, 13201 Northwest Freeway, Suite 800, Houston, TX 77040, call 832-460-3939, email info@globalcranesales.com, or visit the website at www.globalcranesales.com.




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