Demag Dutch Debut for AC160 with Marloes, Sandra and Wagenborg Nedlift
Wednesday, April 24th April was a fine day for the crane operators from Wagenborg Nedlift’s Large Crane-department. They received the keys of their brand new 160 tons and 500 tons mobile telescopic crane. Last but not least: Wagenborg Nedlift is the first lifting service provider in the Netherlands who operates this new 160 tons type of Demag!
Both Demag cranes are equipped with the latest features on lifting techniques and have modern clean engines. The AC500, with a lifting capacity of 500 tons, has a main boom of 56 meters and can be equipped with a fixed jib up to 62,5 meters and luffing jib up to 90 meters. The AC160, with a lifting capacity of 160 tons, is a relatively small 5-axle type of crane. With a main boom length no less than 68 (!) meters, this crane is a real leader in this capacity range. Both cranes are equipped with IC-1 Plus, a modern variable outrigger system which results in a great flexibility for crane positioning. Combined with the extensive configuration options for both cranes, most modern features and clean engines, Wagenborg Nedlift realizes efficient and safe lifting solutions to her customers.
Marloes Kogelman and Sandra Hemmink, both planners at Wagenborg Nedlift, were invited to hand over the keys of the brand new cranes to the proud crew.
From left to right: Gerard Bastiaansen (managing director), Frans Hakkers (crane operator), Sandra Hemmink (planner)
Featured Title Photograph – From left to right: Kevin van Eijsden (crane operator), Stephan Kupper (crane operator), Marloes Kogelman (planner), Wouter Smit (crane operator), Gerard Bastiaansen(managing director)
Source Wagenborg Nedlift