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Recent Deliveries - October / November 2017
18-Dec-2017

 Grove GMK3060 All Terrain Crane - KWIK Logistics

Kwik Logistics, established in the 1980’s, has grown to a company of approximately 110 employees with a fleet of 26 cranes which include seven Grove All Terrains and a TIDD PC25 with 30 plus trucks to compliment the fleet.
In November they took delivery of a new three-axle Grove GMK3060, This new generation crane from Grove Manitowoc was carefully selected due to its high flexibility, compactness and good capacities. The GMK3060 runs the latest tier 4 final engine utilising the latest technologies with fuel savings and lower running costs for the customer. A new generation computer system (CCS) with higher computing power and better usability and  more ergonomic cabins all offer the operator ease of operation and better comfort for those long days in the seat. Grove has kept some of the proven systems whilst adding these new features to improve reliability and performance. The GMK3060 will definitely assist Kwik Logistics taxi crane market with delivering on time solutions to their varied and valued customer base
       
         
         
 Grove GMK5150L All Terrain Crane - FG Cranes

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G Cranes based in Perth’s northern suburb of Wangara recently took delivery of the first Grove GMK5150L  All Terrain Crane in Western Australia. This new generation crane from Grove Manitowoc was carefully selected due to its high flexibility, compactness and good capacities. The GMK5150L runs the latest tier 4 final engine utilising the latest technologies with fuel savings and lower running costs for the customer. A new generation computer system (CCS) with higher computing power and better usability and  more ergonomic cabins all offer the operator ease of operation and better comfort for those long days in the seat. Grove has kept some of the proven systems whilst adding these new features to improve reliability and performance. The GMK5150L is not an upgraded 130 tonne crane but a completely redeveloped new model, whilst still having a 60m hydraulic boom this 150 tonne class machine can now carry 10.2 tonne of counterweight on the crane and still stay within WA road regulations, giving this crane great flexibility as a taxi crane for FG Cranes and their customers
       
         
         
 HIAB XS 066 D2 HiDuo - Bunbury Trucks

Bunbury Trucks recently took delivery of a HIAB XS 066 HIDUO.  Founded in 1965 by brothers Jim and Neville Perkins , the company began as a Bunbury based contractor pursuing a diverse range of projects throughout southwest of Western Australia.   Perkins has grown into one of the states major commercial builders.  We are happy they chose HIAB to be part of their integral equipment.
       
         
         
 HIAB XS 122 D3 HiDuo - BGC

In 2017, BGC were awarded a 5 year contract to deliver mining and equipment maintenance services at the Boggabri open-cut coal mine in New South Wales. 

The company recently took delivery of a HIAB XS122D3 onto their newly purchased truck. This new truck and crane will be put to work at the Boggabri open cut coal mine. The new HIAB 122 D3 HiDuo is advanced with the safest operation controls and fully protected hydraulic hoses. As with WATM, safety was paramount and HIAB was an excellent choice as it exceeds Australian AS1418 Standards. 
       
         
         
 HIAB XS 288 EP5 HiDuo

We recently delivered a mine spec HIAB 288 EP5 HIDUO to a prominent mining company located in the Pilbara. The EP5 has extra-long booms enabling for a longer lift reach whilst saving on weight.

The HIAB XS 298 now replaces the older redesigned HIAB XS 288 model. There are some exciting new advancements including the option for semi auto fold and unfold.  Safety and ease of operation has continued to lead the path in further developing the HIAB cranes.