ALE complete record lift with new AL.SK190

Due to the success of the AL.SK190 over the past 3 years ALE is proud to introduce its second machine of this kind.

The second AL.SK190 was unveiled at an exclusive test event – held at ALE’s Innovative R&D facility in Breda, The Netherlands – where the crane was tested with a 3,600te load, performing the world’s heaviest lift by a land based crane with 120mtr boomlength.

The second 4,300te capacity AL.SK190 is a duplicate of the original world’s largest capacity land based crane.

Ronald Hoefmans, Executive Director – ALE, said: “The AL.SK190 has been the World’s largest capacity crane since 2008; with such global success it became evident that ALE needed to develop a second crane of this kind to meet the increasing demand. The second crane will provide ALE with the advantage to take on more projects and be more flexible with project programmes.”


Source: ALE, September 8, 2011