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New Tadano GR-500EXL for SAUDI SALCO

Tadano is pleased to announce that Saudi Arabian customer SALCO, established in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia since 1982, has received a new Tadano GR-500EXL rough terrain crane. This acquisition shows a significant advancement in SALCO’s commitment to excellence in construction and infrastructure development.

The Tadano GR-500EXL, renowned for its excellent lifting capacity and advanced monitoring capabilities, is poised to enhance SALCO’s operational efficiency and productivity. With a maximum lifting capacity of 50 tonnes and a lifting height of 42.4 meters (boom) / 56.0 meters (boom + jib), this crane is tailor-made for tackling the most demanding tasks with ease.

Mr. Diab Al-Ziab, Equipment Manager for SALCO, emphasized the rationale behind their decision, stating: “The reputation, reliability, and durability of Tadano cranes are unparalleled.”

Having initially sought a standard rough terrain crane, SALCO opted for the EXL model after careful consultation with their project manager. The advanced features and enhanced capabilities of the GR-500EXL perfectly complement SALCO’s diverse project portfolio. Equipped with features such as the HELLO-NET telematics system and AML-C system for safety and efficiency, the GR-500EXL promises to deliver unparalleled performance and reliability for SALCO.

“We anticipate significant improvements in operational efficiency and productivity with the deployment of this crane,” Mr. Al-Ziab remarked. “As we continue to expand our project portfolio, we look forward to leveraging the capabilities of the GR-500EXL to drive success.”

SALCO has wasted no time in deploying the GR-500EXL to prestigious projects, underscoring their commitment to quality and innovation. This acquisition marks the beginning of a fruitful partnership between Tadano and SALCO, with boundless opportunities for collaboration and growth.