We recently delivered, and erected, a Mantis 35.10 and Potain IGO50 to a client based in Mauritius. One of our team of Crane Engineers attended the delivery site to instruct the client on how to erect the Self Erecting Tower Cranes and complete an induction with the Crane Operators on site.

Cranes Sold to Client in Mauritius Gallery

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The client is a local provider of construction equipment who supplies the crane to local developer for construction of houses and larger property estate developments. 

The Mantis 35.10 is our flagship crane. It provides a 35m jib with a 21.7m height under hook at the jib end. It can allow our client a jib end capacity lift of 1,000kg and 4,000kg from the tower out as far as 12.05m on the jib. 

The crane was manufactured at our plant in Co. Donegal, Ireland. At this site we also manufacture the Mantis TC25 and Mantis 35.10 PLUS. It is also here that we complete the refurbishment of cranes for our customers. 

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