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Leggat expands fleet

Wednesday, 6 Feb 2019 ( #909 ) - Glasgow, United Kingdom
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Legatos new Demag AC 100
Scottish crane hire company Leggat Plant continues to grow its fleet with the recent addition of a new Demag AC 100-4L all-terrain crane. The new 100 T capacity crane boasts one of the largest system lengths of all four-axle units on the market and a compact chassis of only 2.55 m wide — the same as a standard truck.

Leggat Plant has already put the new crane to work on several projects in the Glasgow area.

According to Leggat Plant managing director Eddy Donaghy, his company has a long-standing relationship with Terex Cranes UK because of the level of quality and innovation of Terex and Demag cranes. "Our crane fleet is almost exclusively supplied by Terex Cranes. Terex and Demag cranes have proven to be reliable (and) versatile and deliver a high return on investment. We also receive wonderful support."

With the Demag AC 100-4L crane having a 59.4 m main boom and total system length of 81.7 m, Leggat Plant’s crews can work at a broad range of lifting heights. Additionally, equipped with the Demag IC-1 Plus control system that determines the crane’s lifting capacity for every position of the boom in real time, this crane can handle lifts usually done with larger crane models.

Established over 140 years ago, Leggat Plant specialises in providing contract lifting, transportation, earthmoving, road sweeping and machinery removal services.
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