Malaysian rental company Megah Sewa has taken delivery of three Potain MCT 385 topless tower cranes.
The MCT 385 has a maximum capacity of 20 tonnes and a maximum radius of 75 metres. One of the cranes was sent to Kuala Lumpur’s Serai Development to handle precast components and steel reinforcement, while the other two will work on the Cybervalley affordable home project in the Sepang District in the state of Selangor.
General manager Foong Seng Aun said: “We have tight schedules for our projects, so we need reliable cranes that could help reduce the project time and manual labour requirements. Also, with the increasing popularity of precast construction we need cranes with the capacity and reach to handle the larger components this method requires. The MCT 385’s compact mast and jib, plus its streamlined counter jib, optimises its ability to work in Kuala Lumpur’s urban areas and tight spaces.”
A subsidiary of infrastructure company Gamuda, Megah Sewa is based in Petaling Jaya, western Malaysia.