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steelman
Posted: Tuesday, July 31, 2018 7:12:05 AM
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WSI has announced the Liebherr LTM 1350 in Digging and rigging for 3rd quarter 2018 nice!
Also can anyone tell me the company name from the pic, thanks.

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Posted: Tuesday, July 31, 2018 10:51:54 AM

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Another LTM Crane? I would like to see a few more smaller crawlers that can be transported in one piece on a lowboy...Whistle Silenced Think Ken







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Paul R
Posted: Tuesday, July 31, 2018 11:44:11 AM

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steelman wrote:
Also can anyone tell me the company name from the pic, thanks.


I think that is Gerosa Construction.

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steelman
Posted: Tuesday, July 31, 2018 1:21:28 PM
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Paul,
It's not Gerosa but thanks for the reply.

When I lived in Florida this company showed up to build a bridge.

This is going back 20 years or more, I think they are from the Netherlands, not sure.

I used to see pictures on German sites years back, not sure if they're still in business but they were a big company.
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Was it "Thomen"? I don't know anything about cranes. But the colors look similar to Thomen livery. CAW
Paul R
Posted: Tuesday, July 31, 2018 4:37:36 PM

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steelman wrote:
Paul,
It's not Gerosa but thanks for the reply.

When I lived in Florida this company showed up to build a bridge.

This is going back 20 years or more, I think they are from the Netherlands, not sure.

I used to see pictures on German sites years back, not sure if they're still in business but they were a big company.


Sorry, didn’t look close enough and thought it was an American company. I’ll ask a good friend of mine who knows everything about everything regarding cranes in Germany.

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