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New 450 Ton Flagship For Wille (20-01-2020)
German crane rental and heavy haulage company Wille Krane has taken delivery of a 450 tonne Liebherr LTM 1450-8.1 All Terrain crane.
The eight axle crane, which has replaced a 10 year old 350 tonne Liebherr LTM 1350-6.1, can travel complete with its 85 metre main boom, outriggers and winch within 12 tonne axle loads. The crane also features the VarioBallast adjustable counterweight, and Liebherr’s Variobase outrigger set up system. The company has said that it will be used for a combination of tower crane erecting, industrial installation work and maintenance of wind turbines.
Wille Krane joint managing director Mario Schneider said: “Since our customers’ requirements have increased, we decided to invest in a larger crane. The high lifting capacities of the LTM 1450-8.1 together with its long telescopic boom will also enable us to expand the types of work we can tackle. The new eight axle crane is also ideal for use on constricted sites. The reducible ballast radius and variable support base are worth their weight in gold.”
Established in in 1994, family run Wille Krane operates a fleet of 35 cranes from seven depots located in northern Germany. In addition to crane rental the company also provides heavy haulage services as well as installations and business relocations.
A crane rental company’s accountant has pleaded guilty of defrauding the company to the tune of $4.2 million between 2012 and 2017.
Peter Ramdath, the former chief financial officer of Winnipeg, Canada based Litz Crane & Rigging, pleaded guilty to one count of fraud of more than $5,000 at the Provincial Court on Wednesday.
The judge asked Ramdath: "You are pleading guilty because you actually did it, is that correct?" He responded: “Yes” He was charged with theft over $5,000, falsification of books and documents, and laundering proceeds of crime. He pleaded guilty to the charge of fraud over $5,000, on the understanding that other charges would not be pursued and that no legal action would be taken against his wife.
The proceedings have been adjourned until June 11 for sentencing.
Police began investigating Ramdath in 2017 when the company became suspicious and hired a private investigator, who discovered an extravagant lifestyle which included stable of super cars, including a McLaren MP4-12C, Maserati Levante S, Aston Martin Vantage, as well as expensive overseas trips and designer clothes, all on his salary in 2017 of $85,000.
Police searched his home in January 2018, removing various items, including expensive jewellery and financial documents relating to the case. He was arrested but later released on bail. He remains free until his sentencing.
A crane overturned from a trailer on 14th Jan, 2020 in Port Everglades, Florida, while being loaded/unloaded.
The crane, a two axle Tadano Rough Terrain, was on the lowboy before raising its boom to around 45 to 55 degrees. It seems the trailer suspension compressed/subsided on one side causing the crane to tip onto its side. The police say that around 200 litres of diesel was spilled, but was contained and cleaned up relatively quickly.
The crane operator, 46, was injured and taken to hospital, but we understand that his injuries are “not too serious”. No-one else was involved in the incident and damage was limited to the crane, and possibly the trailer.