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Australia’s first Sennebogen 608 for DPW

Australian based 360 degree telehandler rental specialist DPW Plant hire, has taken delivery of the first Sennebogen 608 Multi Crane in Australia.

The new Sennebogen can lift six tonnes to 10 metres, five tonnes to 16 metres or four tonnes to 20 metres, at its full outreach of 18 metres the forks can take up to 700kg. The 608 also features a crane hoist, a 4.5 to seven metre offset jib, an 800kg capacity work platform and shovel attachments. As a crane it offers a maximum capacity of eight tonnes. The 608 also features an elevating operators cab and can travel at speeds of up to 30kph.
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A Sennebogen 608 owned by Riwal in Holland and equipped with rail gear and jib

The new machine adds to DPW’s fleet of Dieci 360 degree telehandlers ranging from 16 to 21 metres, which the company equips with Hi-rail equipment and a range of attachments tailored to the rail sector.

The company, which was founded by managing director Derek Waters in 2005, is based in Ingleburn, on the south west edge of Sydney.
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Th 608 Multicrane fitted with integrated work platform