UK rental company Bray Cranes has taken delivery of a 20 tonne Kato CR-200Rf city crane from UK distributor Rivertek Services.
Replacing a earlier CR-200Ri model in its fleet, the CR-200Rf has a 28 metre six section boom with a 5.8 metre telescopic jib. Features include a five tonne searcher hook, a Cummins QSB6.7 turbo charged engine and Kato’s newly designed parking assistance system.
Bray managing director Peter Bray, said: “This further investment in the Kato brand by us was an easy decision. Over the past six years these new model Kato city cranes have proven to be invaluable in our fleet and this coupled with the excellent product and parts support we receive from Rivertek were key factors in our decision.”
Based outside of Gateshead, family run Bray Cranes operates across the north east of England with a fleet of cranes with capacities ranging from four to 130 tonnes. In 2016, it was the first company in the UK to run the entire Kato range and in the past few years has further invested in Kato cranes with the addition of a 25 tonne CR-250v and a 13 tonne CR-130Rf.