McLeod Cranes has taken delivery of the first 300 tonne Tadano/Demag AC300-6 to arrive in New Zealand.
The new crane was supplied by Allcrane Sales & Services, with technical sales manager Karl Leonard working with McCleod to select the most suitable specification for its requirements. The six axle AC300-6 has a 80 metre main boom and can be fitted with up to 46 metres of extensions to boast a 123 metre tip height.
Allcrane managing director Mike Morris said: "Thanks to Scott McLeod for this order, and Karl Leonard for the specification and executing the sale, not to forget the support and co-operation of Tadano Oceania’s partnership. Good luck to all those who lift with this iconic crane."
McLeod Cranes was established in 1995 by Curly McLeod, who passed away in 2012, when Scott McLeod took over. It operates from five locations on North Island - Tauranga, Hamilton, Taupo, Kawerau and Tokoroa.