Potain flat tops for New Delhi airport

Indian construction company Tata Projects has taken five Potain flat top tower cranes - purchasing two MCT 565A and renting three MCT 385A - to work on the construction of the Noida International Airport, set to become the largest airport in India, on the outskirts of New Delhi.
The five cranes on site

The MCT 565A M25 has a maximum capacity of 25 tonnes and can can normally be rigged with up to 80 metres of jib. Tata has collaborated with Potain to extended the jib to 85 metres allowing for greater coverage of the working area.
The two MCT 565A have been equipped with a special 85 metre jib

The three MCT 385A L16 cranes have a maximum capacity of 16 tonnes and have been configured with a 75 metre jib lengths and an under the hook height of 61.4 metres
The three MCT 385A L16 have been rented

Alok Banik of Tata said: “We are proud to have a longstanding relationship with Potain India. Over the years, we have had remarkable performance from our older Potain cranes, some of which have been in operation for more than 25 years without a breakdown. That speaks volumes for the quality and durability of Potain cranes, and the MCT 565A continues that proud tradition.”

Headquartered in Mumbai, Tata Projects was founded in 1979. The company runs a fleet of 50 cranes and specialises in infrastructure development, construction and engineering services. It is a part of the Tata Group, one of India's largest conglomerates which operates across various sectors including power generation, transmission, transportation, urban infrastructure, water and defence.