Brazilian crane rental company Cunzolo has taken delivery of a 400 tonne Tadano ATF 400G-6 All Terrain crane.
The six axle crane features a five section 60 metre main boom and has been ordered with a 13.5 to 49.5 meter fixed jib, which is offsettable by up to 40 degrees, plus a 78.5 metre luffing jib and Tadano's optional Power System (PS) boom suspension system for increased capacities.
It offers a maximum tip height of 122 metres and can handle 2,100kg at its maximum radius of 86 metres. The new crane tops the company’s previous 'flagship crane' a 220 tonne ATF 220, by some distance. The company says its new flagship allows it to win work in the cargo handling, industrial and transportation sectors.
General director Marcos Cunzolo “With the new Tadano ATF 400G-6, we’ll now be able to also meet the needs of customers who would have happily asked for a crane of this capacity class earlier on. Needless to say, we’ll also be able to win over potential customers that originally never contacted us because we were missing a crane of this size in our fleet. Thanks to the ATF 400G-6, we’ll now be able to add a whole series of lifts to our range of available services.”
With dual headquarters in São José dos Campos and Campinas, Cunzolo runs a large fleet of All Terrain, truck, Rough Terrain, loader and pick & cranes from its locations in Sorocaba, Taubaté, and Três Lagoas. It purchased its first Tadano crane - a 16 tonne TS 180L - in 1978 and currently runs a fleet of 15 Tadano cranes.