German rental company Scholpp Kran & Transport has taken delivery of a 100 tonne Tadano ATF 100G-4 All Terrain crane.
The four axle ATF 100G-4 has a 51 metre main boom topped by a 10 to 18 metre bi-fold swingaway to offer a maximum lift height of 71 metres. It can also travel with six tonnes of counterweight and bi-fold extension on board within 12 tonne axle loads. The crane went sent to work helping with repairs and overhaul work on a mineral oil refinery.
Scholpp regional manager Jan Meißner, said: “We were looking for a crane capable of handling a mix of short day to day jobs and the occasional long term project on construction sites. The Tadano ATF 100G-4 was the obvious choice for taking on these different requirements. Not only is it compact and robust enough to handle the tasks of a high-speed crane, but it is also powerful enough to work on larger construction sites. This makes it incredibly versatile.”
“We have been relying on Tadano and Demag for about 30 years now, and we have had the pleasure of having Michael Zieger as our point of contact for all that time. Where else can you find that kind of continuity these days? It’s something we appreciate very much.”
Established in 1956, Scholpp employs over 200 and has a fleet of around 72 cranes. Based in Stuttgart, it has depots in Leonberg, Karlsruhe, Heilbronn, Ludwigshafen and Walldorf.