Knuckle boom crane for new vessel

CraneKing has delivered its second knuckle boom AK 30 HE4 crane to Marine Harvest CraneKing has delivered its second knuckle boom AK 30 HE4 crane to Marine Harvest
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CraneKing has delivered its second knuckle boom AK 30 HE4 crane to a newbuild fishing vessel being built for Marine Harvest at the Maritiem Cluster Friesland in Holland.

Both cranes were supplied complete with a unique marine painting system and flame metalisation treatment. They have four extensions each and a maximum SWL of 1180kg at 13.38m.

Bill Whitehead, director, CraneKing Ltd, said: “The high profile supply of these two HS Marine cranes to Marine Harvest marks a new chapter for CraneKing, cementing not only our support to Marine Harvest, but also the shipyard.”

He added that the firm is proving the quality of its product to this sector of the marine industry and that CraneKing hopes to continue to build on the excellent relationship it has built up with Marine Harvest.

Aside from this order, CraneKing has recently received other prestigious orders from the Environment Agency and the Port of London Authority (PLA) and for equipment for the new Royal Navy Type 45 Destroyers and QE Class Aircraft Carriers.

CraneKing is the UK agent for Pellegrini and HS Marine cranes. It provides a quality range of cranes for all sectors of the marine industry, including mono, telescopic, knuckle and knuckle telescopic boom cranes up to 500 T/M, and special cranes up to 3,200 T/M.

Aside from the fishing sector, it supplies standard, heavy duty and special marine cranes to the offshore, military, dock, harbour and tidal barrier sectors.

CraneKing's portfolio also includes an impressive range of deck machinery, including boat launching davits, windlass and winch equipment, as supplied to commercial and military organisations worldwide.

By Anne-Marie Causer

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