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RRC Crane Hire Ltd Receives First Demag AC 300-6 All Terrain Crane in the UK

Thu October 04, 2018 - National Edition
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(L-R) are Mark Timberlake, field service engineer, Terex Cranes; Ian Cross, manager director, RRC; Tim Leech, regional sales manager, Terex Cranes; Derek Hook, finance director, RRC; The late Stephan Williams, managing director, RRC; Ross Kirkpatrick, sales director, RRC; and Michael Zimmer, service technician world, Terex Cranes.
(L-R) are Mark Timberlake, field service engineer, Terex Cranes; Ian Cross, manager director, RRC; Tim Leech, regional sales manager, Terex Cranes; Derek Hook, finance director, RRC; The late Stephan Williams, managing director, RRC; Ross Kirkpatrick, sales director, RRC; and Michael Zimmer, service technician world, Terex Cranes.

The United Kingdom's premium crane service provider for mobile cranes to the construction industry, RRC Crane Hire Ltd. together with Road Rail Cranes Ltd., has added a new Demag AC 300-6 all terrain crane to its sizeable specialized equipment fleet, the first unit to be delivered in the UK. The 350 ton(300 t) crane delivers class-leading reach combined with strength, including the ability to lift 16.5 t (15 t) on a full 262 ft. (80 m) boom.

“Since adding our first specialized crane in early 2013, we've worked hard to build an impeccable reputation for network rail infrastructure,” said Ian Cross, managing director of RRC. “From the very beginning, we knew the company would be successful if we employed highly trained operators and equipped them with quality and innovative equipment. The Demag AC 300-6 all terrain crane exemplifies those standards and will be a great addition as we continue to grow as a company.”

RRC chose the Demag AC 300-6 crane because it is quick to rig and can carry 22.2 tons (19.2 t) of counterweight while maintaining axle loading below 18 ton (16.5 t). “There are so many cost- and time-saving features incorporated into the design of this crane,” he added. “We know it will get a lot of use and yield a high return-on-investment.”

Another critical consideration in RRC's decision was support. Cross said Terex Cranes is an industry leader in the UK.

“The parts supply and technical service we receive is excellent, which is just another reason we haven't considered other manufacturers' products for our requirements.”

In total, the RRC Group owns and operates more than 24 Terex and Demag cranes.

For more information about the Demag AC 300-6 all terrain crane, visit https://www.terex.com/demag/en/product/all-terrain/ac-300-6.

About RRC Crane Hire Ltd & Road Rail Cranes Ltd

Road Rail Cranes Ltd & RRC Crane Hire Ltd (RRC) are privately-owned mobile crane hire companies specializing in rail infrastructure works in addition to general crane hire. Since 2013, the company has provided safe, reliable and cost-effective lifting services throughout the United Kingdom.

For more information about RRC and its services, visit https://www.roadrailcranes.com.