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Cleveland-based ALL Erection & Crane Rental Corp. has fortified its fleet in the 200-ton to 250-ton range with the purchase of Manitowoc's new Grove GMK5225 225-ton all-terrain model. ALL also placed multiple orders for the new five-axle, 115-ton GMK5115.

"This proactive stance strengthens the ALL family of companies' ability to take care of our customers by specifying the right type of crane for every job," says Michael Liptak, ALL Erection & Crane Rental president. "The 5225 and 5115 fulfill our commitment to continuous upgrading of our fleet."

The GMK5225 has a boom length of 210 feet, reaching tip heights of up to 328 feet with jib extensions, and features an Allison transmission and Cummins engine. The GMK5115 provides enough reach to erect a tower crane and the strongest load chart in its class.

For more information, visit allcrane.com

SOURCE: ALL Erection & Crane Rental Corp.



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