Tadano overhauled a large number of details in its ATF 130G-5 as part of the EU Stage IV transition, with new features including a new operator cab with an improved all-around view, ergonomic premium seats, a new multifunction touch display, and an asymmetrical outrigger monitoring system. This comprehensive model update clearly made an impression on Lithuanian crane service provider Strele Logistics, which recently placed an order for a brand new Tadano ATF 130G-5 with Mr. Alvis Lecis from HCT Automotive in Riga, Latvia who is the distributor covering the Baltics for Tadano Faun products. The sales was arranged and coordinated together with Mr. Álvaro Morales, Area Sales Manager and Stephan Goluch, Manager Sales Europe from Tadano Faun.factory in Germany. With this acquisition, Strele completes its already impressive fleet of about 45 all-terrain and crawler cranes, including 10 Tadano cranes with capacities ranging from 50 to 220 tonnes.
“With its numerous technical solutions and the 60-meter main boom, the ATF 130G-5 is definitely the most attractive crane in the 130-tonne class as far as we’re concerned. Its forward-looking technology will enable us to perfectly meet our customers’ needs,” says Strele Logistics Directors Mr. Kestutis Slavinskas (CEO) and Tomas Kavaliauskas (Director) while explaining the purchase decision. The new crane is expected to be delivered in April of this year and will go directly to its first job site at the Orlen Lietuva oil refinery in Lithuania.