Roar Wilhelmsen's new HSC crawler crane has been recognized by Norwegian users
[exclusive compilation of Chinese road machinery] roar Wilhelmsen's new HSC crawler crane is a 100 ton capacity HSC scx1000a-3 and a 275 ton HSC scx2800a-3. These two devices were put into operation directly as soon as they arrived in Norway
100 ton ships were delivered in the first week of August 2020 and put into the vestfoldbanen double track railway project in southern Oslo. Scx2800a-3 was delivered to Trondheim. Norwegian HSC dealers ank cranes and HCME NL trained there, and then went directly to work. The scx2800a-3 ordered by the customer is equipped with an 85 meter long jib, a 45.7 meter long luffing jib and a luffing jib winch
chief operating officer Hans roar Wilhelmsen said about the newly purchased products: this investment is part of our expansion plan for crawler cranes. In recent years, we have seen the growth of the market, and we are happy to welcome these two HSC cranes to join our rental fleet
roar Wilhelmsen as was founded 60 years ago. It has businesses in Oslo, Trondheim and irway, where the contact of long-chain elements will produce intertwined elements. It has products such as all terrain cranes, crawler cranes and steering jib cranes. In addition, the company also carries out transportation business and has a team of excavators. Ank cranes is a new company established in 2019. It is headquartered in the R "23 tensile test in the suburbs of Oslo, and the results obtained are different at different speeds. The sample line city is Lingen.
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