A Grove GHC75 telescoping crawler crane is helping to construct a new $146.8 million Grupo Modelo beer-brewing plant near Merida, Yucatan, Mexico. GIASA, a contractor based in Saltillo, Coahuila, chose the 70 t (75 USt) crane for the project because it combines the maneuverability of a crawler crane with the versatility of a telescoping boom. The GHC75’s ability to pick-and-carry at 100 percent of its load chart and to swing loads a full 360 degrees are facilitating the movement and placement of steel beams at the contruction site. Mexico City’s SITSA, a Grove dealer, supplied the crane.
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