This week we have delivered a new equipment guide for US crane rental company Bay Crane from New York. The fourth issue of the equipment guide comprises several updates of new mobile cranes and rental equipment. The rental fleet of Bay Crane is permanently expanded in numbers and crane types.
This time we have added crane load charts for several new Liebherr mobile cranes. The additions of the telescopic cranes include the Liebherr LTM 1100-4.2 and the 400 US tons capacity Liebherr LTM 1350-6.1. We also had to add specifications for some 80 tons and 100 tons rough terrain cranes and hydraulic truck cranes from Tadano.
Imperial equipment guide for All Terrain, Rough Terrain, Crawler and Tower cranes
The fourth issue of the Bay Crane equipment guide now contains 672 pages full of specifications and load charts for boom trucks, industrial cranes, rough terrain cranes, all terrain cranes, crawler cranes and tower cranes. Also general information and specifications for fork lifts and other rental equipment is included. A newly added table of contents helps to find every information in a second.
Not only the technical content of the equipment guide was updated. A major graphic change of the equipment guide appeared with the change of the company logo. Bay Crane, based in Long Island City, is a major crane rental company in the heart of New York, running a second location in Hicksville. All former equipment guides had the claim "New York's leader in crane rental and specialized transportation solutions". Bay Crane from the beginning on was intensively involved in the recovery work and rebuilding of Ground Zero.
During the last two years the company has also expanded its crane rental business massively to the states of Connecticut, Rhode Island and Massachusetts. Nowadays a total of five crane rental locations offer crane rental and heavy haulage in the northeast of the United States. The massive expansion makes Bay Crane to "Northeast's leader in crane rental and specialized transportation solutions". That's the reason why the company logo in the equipment guide had to be changed from "Bay Crane New York" to Bay Crane Northeast"