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Siemens Financial Services says it has recently completed a $4.35 million financing package with Utah-based Mountain Crane Service to support its acquisition of a Liebherr LR 1600-2 crawler crane.

Mountain Crane Service will use the crawler crane in support of newly awarded contracts with Siemens Energy's wind power service business. Under the contracts, Mountain Crane Service will provide service and maintenance support for Siemens' wind turbines in several states that are either under warranty or long-term service programs.

Family-owned Mountain Crane Service is Utah’s largest crane company, with a fleet of over 75 pieces of equipment.


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