These truck cranes have a strong and light high tensile steel rounded boom, with lifting heights of 47.3m, 43.4m, and 34m respectively. The load radii is 40m (GT-750EL), 34m (GT-600EL), and 32m (GT-300EL).

Extra reach is provided by a two-stage (9m/14.3m, 8.5m/14m) under slung jib which makes installation in narrow spaces simple and extends the lifting heights to 61.2 m (GT-750EL), 57.3 m (GT-600EL), and 48.0 m (GT-300EL) with load radii reaching 48m (GT-750EL), 44m (GT-600EL), 40m (GT-300EL).

The new models have new carriers, equipped with leaf suspensions in front and rubber mounted suspensions, newly developed in collaboration with Hendrickson, in the rear.

“They also have a new cab, which contributes to driver safety through the introduction of an automatic transmission,” said Tadano.

They feature the Hello-Net telematics system, which is installed for the first time on Tadano truck cranes. The two largest models also feature the Smart Chart safety device and control system.

The GT-750EL and GT-600EL will be introduced starting October 2017, while the GT-300EL will be available in spring 2018. Right-hand drive models will be introduced in spring 2018.