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France’s first AC 55-3 to Mediaco (18-09-2018)
French crane rental major Mediaco has taken delivery of the first Demag AC 55-3 all terrain crane in the country.
Frédéric Gilbert, Mediaco chief operations officer in North of France, said, “We ordered several Demag AC 55-3 cranes because this particular model is a great fit for so many different applications. It has an impressive, 50 metre main boom, which is the longest of any 3-axle crane models, and its compact design makes it easy to get around a congested city. Also very important for us, this crane is roadable with all its counterweight in the 12 tonne axle load limit. We’re looking forward to getting this new machine out in the field.”
Terex, manufacturer of the Demag crane, said Mediaco will add more AC 55-3s soon to make a total of 20, helping to swell the 600-unit fleet.
Crane and transport specialist Gräser-Eschbach was the first company in Germany to take delivery of a new Demag AC 300-6 model all terrain crane.
The 300 tonne capacity AT joined the fleet of the Mannheim-based company in July 2018. It was announced as a new model in June 2017.
Commenting on his purchase, Frank Eschbach, Gräser-Eschbach managing director, said, “For us, the AC 300-6 is not only one of the newest but also one of the best and most powerful cranes in the 300 tonne class. Above all, its high lifting capacity of 15 tonnes with a fully extended main boom length of 80 metres makes it the perfect crane for our company.”
Eschbach took delivery of the new crane which was launched from Michael Zieger, Terex Cranes sales manager, at the factory in Zweibrücken, which is only 120 km from Mannheim. Gräser-Eschbach also has a depot in Bad Schönborn. In operation for more than 70 years, the family business includes crane rental, heavy transport, lifting technology and assembly logistics, Terex said.
Video - Two Of The World's Biggest Crawler Cranes Lift Modules (15-09-2018)
Sarens is proud to be on-site at the Maasvlakte 2 Terminal in Rotterdam, executing onshore logistics for an offshore wind farm operation on behalf of BOW Terminal BV.
Since October of 2017, Sarens has been on site, offloading incoming wind farm modules, transporting and placing them carefully into position on the quay, and loading them out for offshore transport to the North Sea.
See how two of the world's biggest crawler cranes lift modules weighing over 1.000 tonnes
The Group is pleased to release a new video of this major logistics operation, which shows how crew members use two of the world's biggest crawler cranes to load in and load out modules weighing over 1.000 tonnes.
As the wind farm transition pieces (TPs) arrive via barge from the fabrication shop, Sarens meets them at the quay with its two enormous crawler cranes: the CC8800-1 and CC6800.
The CC8800-1 lifts each of the 450-480-tonne modules and transfers it to the 500t-capacity TP handler, essentially a 35-metre SMLT tower with one 650t-capacity strand jack and SPMTs. The TP handler then expertly manoeuvres each module to its designated position on the quay, carefully setting it down into position.
When it is time to transport these wind farm modules offshore for installation, Sarens loads them out onto a waiting barge. Both TPs and their corresponding MPs (mono piles) are loaded onto the barge together. Sarens lifts and loads the TPs with the CC8800-1, and then the CC8800-1 and CC6800 work in tandem to carefully lift the MPs. These mono piles weigh between 300 and 1.130 tonnes each, with diameters from 3-8 metres and lengths of up to 112 metres.
For these operations, the CC8800-1 is in SSL 72-metre configuration with SL carrier, and the CC6800 is in SSL 66-metre configuration with SL carrier. They arrived on-site via road, and assembly took four weeks for the TP handler and three weeks for the two cranes. The cranes will both remain on site for the next several months, performing load-ins and load-outs for this major logistics operation.