ALL Crane Adds Five Shuttlelift 22-Ton Carrydeck Cranes to Fleet

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To meet the high demand for a versatile, productive alternative to a rough terrain crane for jobs requiring compact size, mobility, and greater capacity than typical industrial cranes, ALL, Cleveland, Ohio, has added five Shuttlelift 22-ton Model 7755 Carrydeck cranes to its fleet. This versatile industrial crane has proven ideal for powerhouses, refineries, steel mills, and warehouses, where it moves easily in tight quarters. The 7755 has been well received in the market since its introduction and offers several advantages over a small rough terrain crane. Shuttlelift Model 7755 offers 22-ton capacity combined with a compact profile, nimble maneuverability, and extended reach.

Only 9’10” inches tall and 8’ wide, the machine is approximately 24’ long with the telescoping boom fully retracted. The 7755 features a reach of 43 feet (3-section boom) to 67 feet (5-section) for the main boom and up to 80 feet with the optional swingaway extension. The deck offers 60 square feet of load space, with a 30,000-pound deck-only carrying capacity (or 20,000 pounds combined with boom load).

ALL Crane maintains a strong commitment to continuously updating their fleet to ensure the right crane for every customer and every job. The acquisition of the five new Carrydeck cranes will help fill a specific need and increase availability of the 22-ton category in the market. ALL was to begin taking delivery of the new machines in late January/early February 2010.