Armstrong Crane & Rigging

The construction industry is constantly evolving and with it comes the need to prepare fleets with new technology and equipment to complete projects and overcome obstacles.

To compete for higher capacity jobs, Armstrong Crane & Rigging has added a new Tadano ATF 200G-5 rough terrain crane – Expanding the ability to meet demand and carry out complex projects in their service region. The company chose The 220-ton machine is characterized by its drivability and ease of use.

“Our operators really like how intuitive the AML-F crane control system is. The machine feels great, ”said Greg Nachtegaele. “The ATF 200G-5 is simply a perfect all-round machine for a crane rental company who never knows what the next elevator will look like.”

Details of the purchase:

  • The ATF 200G-5 crane was chosen because of its different settings – – Boom mounted, auxiliary winch mounted or base plate mounted, while maintaining the permissible axle weights.
  • The elevator adjustment and intarder function allows the company to operate the rough-terrain crane on the steep winding roads in the Okanagan Valley in British Columbia.
  • The Tadano rough-terrain crane has a 197-foot boom and an integrated heavy-duty boom.
  • Armstrong Crane & Rigging has used the crane for cell tower, road and bridge projects.