17/01/2018 – Article by Trailer Magazine:
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According to Maxilift Australia Sales Engineer, Nathan Deane, Reach Crane Trucks received its Effer 505-6S at its New South Wales-based facility, citing lightweight construction and brand confidence as priority benefits.
“Reach has a long-standing relationship with the team at Maxilift Australia,” Deane said.
“It has purchased a number of Effer cranes in the past and has engaged us to service and maintain its equipment. The company previously had a similar crane model mounted on a trailer and were looking for a new crane truck to service existing customers while offering a fresh value proposition to entice new customers.”
According to Deane, the lightweight construction of the Effer crane means that it can be mounted behind the cabin of a Kenworth K104 rigid, for instance.
“The crane system is 50-tonne per metre, featuring continuous slewing, radio remote control and lifting capabilities of 2,120kg at 16.85m and 8,970kg at 4.78m,” Deane said.
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