Crane Hire Project in Donegal

A Mantis TC25 has just begun a short Crane Hire Project in Donegal, within a few miles of the plant where it was manufactured.

Crane Hire Project in Donegal

Crane Hire Project in Donegal

The Pedestrian Operated Tower Crane will be working on the detached house construction project. The Mantis TC25 is perfect for a building project like this one due to the speed at which it can be deployed, the restricted spaces it can fit in and the added safety that it brings to construction sites due to the reduced site movements that are required.

You can read more about the Mantis TC25 here.

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