Category: New Equipment
Sims adds Liebherr LTM 1090-4.2 mobile crane to its fleet

Ehingen, Germany — Sims Crane and affiliates, the largest private crane rental and rigging service company in Florida took delivery of the Liebherr LTM 1090-4.2 while visiting Liebherr’s factory in Ehingen, Germany Monday morning, October 2, 2023. The LTM 1090-4.2 mobile crane will be positioned at Companies’ Atlanta Branch. According to Jackson Sims, Vice President […]

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Sims Purchases First Tadano GT-800XL-2 in the U.S.

Sims Crane & Equipment Co. has been serving the heavy equipment needs of contractors for over six decades with crane leasing and sales across Florida. Sims has a large fleet of Tadano all-terrain cranes, and they are now the first company to own the new GT-800XL-2 Truck Crane (5-section 154.3′ power boom, 33.1 ft / 58.1 ft bi‐fold […]

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Tadano Unveils World’s First Electric RT Crane

Crane manufacturer Tadano displayed a prototype of the new GR-1000XLL EVolt last month at ConExpo in Las Vegas. The world’s first battery electric rough terrain crane will be available in the United Stated and Canada in 2024–the largest market for rough terrain cranes–with additional markets to follow. Its presence on the jobsite will provide heavy […]

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Sims First to take Delivery of Liebherr Unplugged

Sims Crane & Equipment has taken delivery of Liebherr’s new LR 1250.1 Unplugged crawler crane. The battery-powered model is the first in the Unplugged series to be sold in the U.S. East Coast region. It offers the same performance as the conventional version, while putting off zero emissions and minimal noise. Like the other models […]

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Bobcat’s Impressive Compact Telehandler Debuts

Bobcat has introduced its most compact telehandler yet… the TL519. The company’s newest vehicle is only 6 feet wide but brings a lot of power to construction and agricultural jobsites. It boasts a turbocharged 74-hp engine, 2-speed hydrostatic transmission, has a lifting capacity of 5,500 pounds, and is able to extend the boom more than […]

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Manitowoc Introduces New Grove 4-Axle AT Crane

Crane manufacturer Manitowoc recently added a new 4-axle offering to its all terrain crane lineup. The 70-ton Grove GMK4070L made its debut at the Bauma 2022 show in Munich, Germany in October and features the longest boom and strongest load charts in its class. Additionally, the GMK4070L is one of the company’s first cranes to […]

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Link-Belt Kicks Off Fall with New Cranes

The release of a new selection of groundbreaking cranes is underway at Link-Belt. The Lexington, Kentucky-based manufacturer plans to roll out a few new models during the Fall of 2021 as part of their CraneFest event. The company hosts CraneFest every three years to showcase their new products to dealers and customers. Pat Collins, Director […]

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Construction Safety Improved by Wearable Technology

Remember the iconic photo of eleven construction workers with no safety harnesses sitting on a skyscraper girder and eating lunch high above New York City in 1932? The idea of doing something like that today is unthinkable, and fortunately safety standards have improved during the last 90 years. In recent times, work site safety advancements […]

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Manufacturer Grove Adds Two New AT Crane Choices

German crane manufacturer Grove has added two new offerings to its all-terrain crane selection. During recent customer events at their Willhelmshaven facility, Grove rolled out two five-axle, long-boomed cranes for display: the 132-ton GMK5120L and 165-ton GMK5150XL. The latter joins two other 165-ton AT cranes already in Grove’s lineup. Not a lot of details are […]

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New Liebherr Crane Reaches Higher Than Ever

The LTM 1300-6.3 is the latest 330-ton all-terrain crane by German-Swiss manufacturer Liebherr and sets a new record for carrying a 90-meter (275 feet) main boom within a 12 tonne (13.45 US ton) axle load. This model joins the company’s portfolio of 6-axle luffing jib cranes and features enhanced innovations to performance, comfort, and safety. […]

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