US steel erector Ramar Steel has taken delivery of a 220 tonne Tadano ATF 220G-5 All Terrain crane.
The five axle ATF 220G-5 features a 68 metre seven section main boom with hydraulic luffing swingaway extension, including an integrated 5.8 metre heavy lift extension. The crane was delivered by local distributor Select Crane Sales.
Select Crane Sales president Jason MacKenzie said: “Safety and versatility were top priorities when determining the crane best suited for the needs of Ramar Steel. The Tadano ATF 220G-5 provides all they were looking for.”
Ramar Steel was established in 1970 by Dick Randall, a crane operator, and is now led by his son Tony, who grew up in the business as an ironworker. The company now provides a full suite of services from design support to fabrication and erection services. Tony's sons Jason and Adam now represent a third generation in the company as president and senior vice president respectively.