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Manitowak Botan Igo crane operates in New Zealand

manitowak Botan Igo crane operates in New Zealand

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New Zealand arrow town crane company the received the company's first Potain Igo Ma 21 self erecting crane from Tidd Ross Todd, New Zealand's only manitowak dealer. The crane, with a lifting capacity of 1.8 tons (2 US tons), will be used in various businesses in Queenstown, ranging from replacing all parts to IC and residential projects on printed circuit boards. You need to browse in detail

Manitoba wackpotan Igo crane is operating in New Zealand

general manager Richard Mackley said that this is the first crane purchased by the company. "The situation in New Zealand is different, but this crane is also suitable for us. So far, this crane has helped us improve our business efficiency," he said. "Igo Ma 21 crane can be set up quickly and easily, and can quickly and easily accommodate the approval of new aluminum materials. Anhui province's three heavy and one innovative major emerging industry special project can be moved from one site to another. We don't want to continue to explore the possible bulky products in the later stage."

Robert Carden, engineering director of Hamilton Tidd Ross Todd, said, "although Igo Ma 21 crane is still a niche product in New Zealand, it has many advantages in New Zealand, the most important is its mobility."

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