Grove launched the six-axle, long boom, GMK6300L at Bauma in April 2010 and demonstrated it onsite at its Crane Expo.

The GMK6300L’s seven-section boom is designed to lift heavy loads without rigging the jib. Its 16m–80m full power main boom is the longest in Grove’s product range.

The older GMK7550 model is Manitowoc’s largest all terrain crane. The seven-axle all terrain carrier, with a maximum tip height of 63m, will be convoyed to All’s Gulf region. The cranes will carry the colours of Central Contractor Services, part of the All Crane group.

All has adopted the brand, ‘All Family of Companies’ to describe its brands. Together, the companies in the group employ 1,400 people over 13 US states and two Canadian provinces.

Michael Liptak, president of the All Family of Companies, said: “This new 6300 is an exciting addition to our AT fleet. The long boom is really what makes this crane special — in this case, size really does matter.”

The GMK6300L will be on display at the Manitowoc’s Conexpo stand in Las Vegas this March.