Mobile Crane To Be Fixed With Austrian Part 01/03/2008

A mobile crane in the port authority of Guam in the US has broken. Originally, it was claimed that the mobile crane was bought by the U.S. Department of Agriculture with a grant of approximately four million dollars. This has however, reportedly been contested, as it has also been suggested that as this grant was allegedly intended for a new gantry. It has been reported that one of the 56 wheels of the mobile crane became broken, thus rendering it immobile. It has been reported that the mobile crane of the Guam authority has been out of auction for approximately a month. The mobile crane was purchased second-hand from a Singapore seller, and the mobile crane appears to be around seven years old. The mobile crane is well suited to lift weights of around 100 tons.

The crane has been done for this amount of time arguably because the part has to be ordered from Austria. The mobile crane was manufactured by Liebherr. Liebherr offer a wide range of mobile cranes. The mobile cranes are offer power and portability, as well as a compact shell. Liebherr mobile cranes are implemented in many construction tasks and sites worldwide. The particular mobile crane of Guam in question is also able to lift ‘bulk cargo’. This refers to cargo which is not kept in a container.

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