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Bay Crane Northeast - Equipment Guide No. 5 delivered in August 2013

Bay Crane Northeast – Equipment Guide No. 5 delivered in August 2013

It was in March 2007, a bit more than six years ago from now, when we have delivered the first issue of an equipment guide for our first ever crane rental customer from the United States. Some time and some more updated issues later we now have shipped the fifth updated and extended issue for this customer.

Bay Crane Northeast, headquartered in Long Island City, New York, in fact is one of our most active customers during the last years. The U.S. crane rental company is steadily growing the number of cranes as well as the number of depots and locations. Meanwhile the crane company rents mobile cranes from five locations throughout the north-eastern states.

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Customized load charts for IronPlanet »

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125 years Baumann Heavy Haulage, Congratulations! »

125 Years Baumann heavy haulage

125 Years Baumann heavy haulage, celebrated with an amazing customer day in Bornheim

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Branded load chart set for Dornseiff »

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Baumann crane specification guide 2013 »

Baumann crane specification guide 2013

Baumann crane specification guide 2013 for mobile cranes and heavy haulage

In the last days we’ve finished and delivered the latest crane specification guide for the crane hire and heavy haulage company Baumann from Bornheim in Germany.

The company received the new pocket crane guides in size DIN A6 in good time before the celebration of a big upcoming corporate event.

In June Baumann will celebrate its 125th anniversary. The well known company was founded as a transport business in 1888 by Heinrich Baumann. Since then the transport company has grown to one of the major heavy haulage companies in Germany and Europe.

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