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Tadano for Grúas Tomás

Spanish crane, access rental and haulage company Grúas Tomás has taken delivery of a 60 tonne Tadano ATF 60G-3.

The three axle crane - not brand new but has been fully refurbished by Tadano - features a 48 metre main boom, with 6x6x6 drive and steer configuration, remote controls, a ‘runner’ type auxiliary boom nose and towbar. The company has purchased it for machinery moving work inside factory buildings.
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The new addition to the Grúas Tomás fleet arrives in Vila Real

Director Miguel Bellido Garcia said: “Our Tadano ATF 60G-3 is a second hand crane and is perfect for factory hall assignments. With its 48 metre main boom and ability to telescope under load, it ticks all the boxes. Plus, it’s highly compact, so it performs well even in very tight spaces.”
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(L-R) Miguel Bellido of Grúas Tomás with Jenaro Vilanova of Tadano and Tomas Bellido of Grúas Tomás

Based in Vila Real north of Valencia in eastern Spain, Grúas Tomás was established in 1982 by Tomás Bellido Hernández and Carmen García Bartoll when they acquired a truck crane/recovery vehicle. The business has grown steadily over the years and is now managed by their three sons, Tomás, Miguel and Alejandro Bellido García with around 40 employees. The fleet now includes a wide range of cranes from All Terrains to City cranes, truck cranes, knuckle boom/loader cranes, self-erecting mobile tower cranes and spider cranes.