Raimondi Cranes sees first T187 flat-top sold to Belgian construction company onsite at Bauma 2022

October 27, 2022
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Raimondi Cranes sees first T187 flat-top sold to Belgian construction company onsite at Bauma 2022

October 27, 2022

Raimondi Cranes saw the sale of its first new T187 flat-top tower crane at Bauma 2022 in Munich, Germany to Belgian construction concern ABHR. A leading company located in the Antwerp region, ABHR boasts more than half a century of experience in both construction and renovation projects.

“The purchase of the first T187 by ABHR, a new Raimondi client, is emblematic of how the company has been able to develop cranes that address modern market needs. We are excited to see our newest machine at work onsite in Belgium in the coming months,” said Cristian Bain, Commercial Director, Raimondi Cranes.

From L to R: Cristian Badin, Commercial Director, Raimondi Cranes, Max Van Gompel, Director General ABHR, Frans Versmissen, Director General Versmissen Group, Marco Bertelli, Customer Service Manager, Raimondi Cranes

“Both the construction and fleet rentals companies have reacted extremely positively to our latest product release. The T187, which is part of Class 110, is finding considerable interest among both our dealers and companies in the industry,” Badin added.

Badin further noted that several clients affirmed that features of the new crane including the maximum jib length of 67.5m and the maximum lifting speed of 115 meters per minute, in the 37 kW winch version, made the new model extremely attractive for rental fleet companies.

The T187 sold to ABHR will be equipped with the new crane cabin developed by the Italian manufacturer, the Raimondi Lumina, also exhibited at the company’s Bauma stand. Designed around the crane operator needs, Lumina features novelties like a wireless charger, a Bluetooth speaker system, and an integrated refrigerator.

Additionally, both the crane operator and the service team, will benefit of Raimondi newly-designed control system – conCore – ensuring swifter crane set up, extremely precise calibrations, as well as instant troubleshooting during operations.

The T187-10t is scheduled for January 2023 delivery, and will be put to work immediately on the company’s busy project roster. The new deal was signed by Mr. Van Gompel, Director General, ABHR, and Cristian Badin on behalf of Raimondi Cranes.