Australia’s first Tadano ATF130G-5 all terrain crane has been delivered to Goodline at its remote facillity in Port Hedland, Western Australia. As well as the 130 tonne capacity all terrain, the construction and maintenance company also took delivery of a Tadano GR-550EX rough terrain crane at the same time.
Goodline offers steel fabrication, steel erection, demolition, scaffolding, plumbing, electrical, carpentry and civil works services to some of the most remote parts of Australia. The company employees some 400 people at its main site in port Hedland.
“At a time when the biggest crane in the existing fleet was a 55 tonne truck crane, the jump to a 130 tonne all terrain unit would seem to be quit a leap in lifting capability,” said John Kennedy, Goodline managing director.