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Two Self Erecting Tower Cranes in Grimsby

Two Self Erecting Tower Cranes in Grimsby

Two of our Potain Self Erecting Tower Cranes are currently working side-by-side on a construction project in Grimsby. The Pedestrian Operated Tower Cranes, a Potain IGO50 and Potain HUP 40-30, are due to be on site for over four months, working on the project which involves the construction of 124 flats, 96 student rooms with associated communal spaces and a central support hub, with associated landscaping, access and parking works […]

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Potian IGO50 at Hadley Wood

Potain IGO50 at Hadley Wood

Our Potain IGO50 at Hadley Wood finished up on its last project just before Christmas and returned to our depot in Northampton ahead of the next hire. The Self Erecting Tower Crane had been on site since June 2016, having initially gone on site for a 35-week hire period. The construction project was a residential development to complete two luxury homes. Following a safety inspection and service the Pedestrian Operated […]

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Potain Hup 40-30 in Liverpool

Potain Hup 40-30 in Liverpool

Last week we erected a new Potain Hup 40-30 in Liverpool on a warehouse renovation project. This is one of the Potain Hup 40-30 Self Erecting Tower Cranes that we added to our fleet earlier in 2017. These are unique cranes that can provide a height under hook of 30m at the end of 40m jib, where it can lift 1,000kg. Closer to the tower, and out as far as […]

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Self Erecting Tower Crane Site Move in Edinburgh

Self Erecting Tower Crane Site Move in Edinburgh

We completed a Self Erecting Tower Crane Site Move in Edinburgh for a client recently and our Sales Team were present to capture a few pictures. The project is a residential development and the Self Erecting Tower Crane is a Potain HDT80. It went on site earlier this year for our client. Self Erecting Tower Crane Site Move in Edinburgh Images Mantis Crane Scotland Projects Potain IGO50 in the Scottish […]

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Potain IGO on Bio Gas Tank Project in Devon

Potain IGO on a Bio Gas Tank Project in Devon

We currently have a Potain IGO on a Bio Gas Tank Project in Devon, working on a project that is due to last almost six months. The Self Erecting Tower Crane was placed on the construction site earlier this year in July. The Potain IGO50 is one of the most popular Tower Cranes on our Pedestrian Tower Crane Hire fleet. This particular Tower Crane was set up with a 40m […]

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Potain HUP 40-30 being erected

Potain HUP 40-30 Added to the Mantis Cranes Fleet

Mantis Cranes is pleased to announce the addition of the Potain HUP 40-30 Self Erecting Tower Crane to its hire fleet, the largest and most diverse fleet of Self Erecting Tower Cranes in the United Kingdom. In September we took delivery of two HUP 40-30s, the first of many that will be added to our Pedestrian Operated Tower Crane fleet. Following a period of training for our Crane Service Team […]

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Self Erecting Tower Crane in Upton

Self Erecting Tower Crane in Upton

Mantis Cranes have a Self Erecting Tower Crane in Upton currently, a Potain T85 the largest Pedestrian Operated Tower available on our hire. Our client is currently complete a residential development project at High Street, Upton in Northamptonshire. At the outset planning was granted for Construction of 12 flats with associated landscaping, access and parking works. The Self Erecting Crane went on site in August and has been helping out on […]

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Two Potain IGO SETCs on Site in Edinburgh

Earlier in September we placed two Potain IGO50 SETCs on Site in Edinburgh for a Scotland-based client. Both cranes are capable of lifting 1,250kg at the end of a 40m jib, providing a 23.2m Height Under Hook. They can also lift 4,000kg as far out as 13m from the tower. The Potain IGo 50 is one of the most popular Pedestrian Operated Tower Cranes on our Tower Crane Hire fleet […]

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