BKL says its goal is to be able to offer a diverse product range to its customers, including cranes from each of the leading European crane manufacturers.

It is also aiming to increase the number of cranes available for rental from its Frankfurt operation to 100.

BKL managing director Alexander Volz explained: “We plan to increase our locally available fleet to 100 cranes short term. Our strategy of offering high-quality products for demanding construction sites has proven just as successful in Frankfurt as it has in all our established locations. Wolffkran will therefore continue to play a substantial role in the expansion of our fleet of rental cranes.”

He added: “We want to be able to offer our clients the right crane for any construction site. The prestigious Wolff cranes have given us a targeted means of expanding our product portfolio in the premium sector.

“Wolffkran cranes are renowned among purchasers for their reliability and durability, and among leasers for their rapid assembly and disassembly, and their efficiency in all load ranges — crane operators also appreciate them for their precise handling.”

In addition to its Frankfurt premises, BKL also has another branch office in Peine, near Hannover, and its head office in Forstinning near Munich.

To mark the addition of the Wolffkran brand to its range a ceremony was held this month at BKL’s Frankfurt branch office, where the first of the firm’s Wolffkran top-slewing tower cranes is on display. This crane joins 60 existing tower cranes already operating locally.

Wolffkran believes its cranes, such as the Wolff 6031.12, in conjunction with BKL’s motto of being a single-source supplier will help the firm satisfy demand for high-quality cranes in the 100tm to 300tm capacity class.

Wolffkran managing director Peter Schiefer commented: “Single-source supply is a service philosophy we share with BKL.”