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Groves to Indonesia

14. March 2018 | Comments (0)

Indonesian rental company and contractor PT Saranabaja Perkasa has taken delivery of three Grove All Terrain cranes, two 100 tonne GMK4100Ls and a 220 tonne GMK5220.

The four axle GMK4100L features a seven section 60 metre main boom with a 10 to 17 metre swingaway extension, with zero, 20 or 40 degree offsets. The five axle GMK5220 has a 68 metre boom and can be extended to 108 metres with jib. All of the cranes were purchased from local dealer PT SH Machinery Indonesia, and are the first Grove All Terrain cranes at the company.

Grove, PT Saranabaja Perkasa
Two of the new Grove All Terrain cranes

PT Saranabaja Perkasa president Hidayat said: “Grove All Terrain cranes are known for their powerful lifting, superior off-road mobility, and industry-leading reliability. We are confident that they will help us maintain the high standards we set for ourselves. Sticking to these standards has given us a 30 year reputation for delivering equipment solutions to customers, no matter how tough the conditions.”

Established in 1989, PT Saranabaja Perkasa runs a fleet of seven Grove Rough Terrain cranes, as well as crawler cranes and earthmoving equipment.
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