Truck and stationary cranes

The transportation company Maksimainen Oy was delighted with Kesla's "half" Z-crane

20.09.2018 Referenser

The transportation company Maksimainen Oy is a family-owned company based in Ilomantsi, Finland, established in 1997, whose main business activity is timber transportation. The company owns four four-axle Scania trucks. The company relies on Kesla cranes: on one truck there is the straight boomed KESLA 2112T and on others there is the KESLA 2112ZT. A central pillar 2112ZT crane, that is to say a half Z, is the company’s favorite one.

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„Just the right sort of crane for us"

09.08.2016 Referenser

The German timber transportation company „Schwinn Nah- und Fernverkehr GmbH“ chose the strong tree-length crane KESLA 2028 and a KESLA proCAB cabin due to the wish of one of the drivers in the company, Jürgen Hector. Also the concept of the whole vehicle is pleasing: a semi-trailer with extendable frame for timber lengths from 2.5 m up to 19 m is an all-rounder for all.

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A professional in metal recycling - KESLA 2112T

03.02.2016 Referenser

In the yard of Kiteen Tarvemetalli in North Carelia (Finland) there are various types of machines working withing recycling of metals. The company picks up metal waste at the companies and farms in the nearby regions, assorts and transports them further as raw material for the smelting plants. One of the machines is refreshingly yellow KESLA 2112T crane. The crane’s task is mainly to pick up material and reloading the assorted materials for shipment.

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Kyudai Rinsan upgraded their fleet with a new KESLA

29.10.2015 Referenser

Kyudai Rinsan, a logging and transporting company located in Oita prefecture in Kyushu, Japan, is known for high quality in their operation. The company has been awarded twice for excellent work in Japanese State forests, the latest award was given 3 years ago. The company also invests in quality what comes to the equipment they are using, latest proof of this the recently purchased KESLA 2109ZT crane.

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