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ALL Erection & Crane Rental Corp., a Cleveland-headquartered crane and equipment rental company, has acquired 10 new Tadano hydraulic cranes, with scheduled deliveries starting in early 2007.

The equipment, which can be used during the construction process of wind turbines, includes three 130-ton all-terrain cranes, one 200-ton all-terrain crane and six 80-ton rough-terrain cranes. Although the Tadano brand represents a small percentage of the existing ALL fleet, the company says more acquisitions of Tadano cranes are planned.

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