Roar Wilhelmsen A/S Invests with 2 HSC Cranes
The Norwegian Crane, Transport and Excavator company, Roar Wilhelmsen A/S, has purchased a HSC SCX1000A-3 and a HSC SCX2800A-3 as part of their investment strategy.
The medium duty SCX1000A-3 was delivered in first week of August 2020 and was put straight to work on “Vestfoldbanen” which is a double-track railway project south of Oslo. the SCX1000A-3 is a versatile crawler crane which is a perfect match for all kinds of challenges a railway construction site might come up with.
The powerful crawler SCX2800A-3 is adding a new dimension to the Roar Wilhelmsen fleet. The crane was ordered with 85m boom, 45,7m luffing jib together with luffing jib winch. The new Norwegian HSC dealer, ANK Cranes, delivered this crane to the Roar Wilhelmsen Trondheim base, where ANK conducted training together with Hitachi Construction Machinery (Europe) NV, HCME NL, before the crane was put directly to work.
The main features of the SCX2800 include: compact dimensions, strong load charts and simple easy to use design.
“This investment is a part of the expansion plan for crawler cranes. We have seen growth in the market last years and we are happy to welcome those two HSC Cranes to our rental fleet,” says Hans Roar Wilhelmsen, COO, Roar Wilhelmsen AS.
The cranes were delivered by the new HSC Cranes Dealer, ANK Cranes. ANK Cranes was founded in 2019 and is based in Rælingen, outside of Oslo.
Roar Wilhelmsen AS was established 60 years ago and is based in Oslo, Trondheim and Elverum. They run a fleet of all terrains, crawler cranes, knuckle boom cranes ranging from 1 up to 350 tons lifting capacity combined with excavators and transport business.
Source Norwegian HSC dealer – ANK Cranes and HCME NL
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