LR1750 Arrives at ALE, Kazakhstan
The LR1750 crane has arrived at ALE’s Kazakhstan branch. Photograph – ALE
Date 19 October 2018
ALE has updated its crane fleet in the Caspian with the arrival of a new 750t capacity crawler crane.
The LR1750 crane arrived at ALE’s Kazakhstan branch and will be supporting work in numerous sectors across the region including oil and gas, ports, shipyards, and renewables.
Upgrading the crane fleet, the new crawler crane has greater capabilities. It has a superlift attachment and a heavy boom, so it can increase its capacity while operating on a larger radius and still maintain its stability.
The versatile crane will support ALE taking on larger long-term projects in the region. It has already begun work alongside two other cranes, on a project at the Port of Bautino, Kazakhstan. This work is due to last seven months. So far, ALE has lifted numerous heavy and Out of Gauge (OOG) items, weighing up to 270t, onto trailers from 10 vessels.
The new crane will also be supporting ALE – Wind Services’ projects throughout the region and is scheduled to install 15 wind turbine generators as part of a project in the north of Kazakhstan.
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