In October we paced a Potain IGO50 on a Hire Project in Dublin at the Morehampton Lane in Ranelagh. The project is a private residential development.

Our Potain Self Erecting Crane was placed on site on towards the beginning of October and will be working on the project for a minimum of six months.

The Potain IGO50 has a jib length of 40m and provides a height under hook of 23.2m. It can provide a maximum lift of 1,000kg at the end of the jib and 4,000kg closer to the tower.

To find out more about hiring a Self Erecting Crane or Tower Crane for you project contact us today so our Sales Teams can discuss the options available to you.

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