Bolivia's first Grove GMK6400
1. August 2017
Bolivian transport and installation company Alanoca has taken delivery of the first 400 tonne Grove GMK6400 All Terrain crane in Bolivia.
The new six axle crane - the largest in the Alancoa fleet - has a five section 60 metre main boom with MegaWingLift boom guying system and luffing jib.
Powered by a single engine with hydrostatic drive and Fuel Saver option, it is relatively compact and offers a choice of three outrigger positions, allowing it to set up where space is limited. The crane is currently working at a cement factory in La Paz, and is scheduled to work on the construction of a petrochemical complex later in the year.
Alanoca’s Roberto Alanoca said: “We purchased the GMK6400 to provide a robust, reliable machine for our clients. We are seeing an increase in local demand for high capacity, All Terrain cranes that can handle a variety of projects. So far, our customers have been very pleased with the crane and its performance.” SOURCE: Vertikal.net