250t Grove for Seeland

German crane rental and heavy transportation company Gustav Seeland has taken delivery of a new 250 tonne Grove GMK5250XL-1.
Final check for the new 250 tonner at Wilhelmshaven

The five axle crane features an eight section 78.5 metre main boom topped by an 18 metre bi-fold swingaway extension that can be extended to 34 metres with additional inserts. Features include Grove’s MAXbase variable outrigger setup, Megatrak suspension with all-wheel steering and twin lock boom pinning system. Power comes from a single HVO ready Stage V Mercedes diesel which is said to offer a 30 percent reduction in fuel consumption compared to previous power units. The new crane tops out the Hamburg based company’s crane fleet.
The handover

Johann Evers of Seeland (L) with Holger Haber of Grove/Manitowoc

Managing director Johann Evers said: “Thanks to the enormous reach and strong lifting capacities, our new crane fits perfectly into our fleet to provide professional lifting and transport solutions to our clients on their wide range of construction, energy and infrastructure projects.“
The crane features the upgraded carrier cab

Hamburg-based Seeland runs a fleet of All Terrain and self-erecting mobile tower cranes as well as spider and loader cranes. Established in 1932 the company is celebrating 90 years in business and is also a founding member of Big Move Ag.


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