Crane Rental Service Adds Grove GMK6400 to Their Fleet
FONTANA, CA Western Pacific Crane & Equipment announces that Crane Rental Service, Inc. has purchased a new Grove GMK6400 mobile telescoping crane. The six-axle crane will help Crane Rental Service meet their rental customers' needs for cranes with higher lifting capacities.
"This new crane fills a void in the rental marketplace on the West Coast," said Carl Johnson, General Manager at Crane Rental Service, Inc. "It's a unique crane that is extremely diversified and allows us to offer our customers more versatility for future projects."
GMK6400 is the strongest mobile crane on six axles with a 450-ton lifting capacity and has an impressive 259-foot fly jib for best in class reach. The heavy-duty crane can complete jobs previously reserved for seven axle cranes, and its small footprint gives it the advantage of accessing tight jobsites. Combined with its powerful 197-foot boom and MegaWingLift attachment that increases capacity, this compact machine has three available outrigger positions, more than any other crane in its class, for complete flexibility on any jobsite.
"As the West Coast's only authorized Manitowoc, Grove and National crane dealer, we were happy to help Crane Rental Service expand their capabilities," said Bob Johnson, President of Western Pacific. "The GMK6400 has the best load chart in its class and received the 2013 ESTA award for innovation. There are many types of projects it can be used with to expedite the construction process."
Crane Rental Service already has a customer using the GMK6400 for new construction work at UCLA University in California to assist in the erection of a steel structure for the new Engineering building. It is also reserved for work at the Mitsubishi Cement Corporation at their Cushenbury plant on the rim of the Mojave Desert in Lucerne Valley, California.