300t Grove for Wagenborg Nedlift

Dutch heavy lift and transport company Wagenborg Nedlift has taken delivery of a 300 tonne Grove GMK6300L-1 All terrain crane.
The six axle crane features a seven section 80 metre main boom on which it can handle 14 tonnes at a 14 metre radius, and 37 metres of luffing extensions, for a maximum tip height of 120 metres. The two engines are both Stage V, while the counterweight slabs are interchangeable with other large Grove cranes.
The new Grove GMK6300L-1

See: New 300 tonne Grove
Fleet and maintenance manager Johan Bakker said: “Our experiences over the past years with the Grove GMK6300L were so positive that we decided to invest in a second Grove of this capacity range. The 300 tonner, the GMK6300L-1, has even better features than previous versions. Thus, the lifting capacity is considerably improved: more than 10 percent on the fully extended 80 metre boom, it is also equipped with handy tools for faster assembly and disassembly”.
The 6300L-1 has an 80 metre main boom

“Moreover, this new has very economical and clean Stage V engines. This results in savings on fuel consumption while limiting harmful emissions. The GMK6300L-1 is equipped with a load view camera, side view camera, reversing camera and additional working lights on the sides and back of the crane.
This gives our operators a good view of the lifting operation and the immediate surroundings of the crane at all times, which improves safety. I wish our crane operators Erik Damhuis and Sander Vollenbroek a lot of success and many safe working hours with their new crane.”
[the hand over (L-R) Erik Damhuis and Sander Vollenbroek of Wagenborg with Erik Baas of Grove/Manitowoc


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