Rough Terrain Cranes For Sale At Crane Network LLC

February 22, 2020 - /PressAdvantage/ - Crane Network LLC, a Chicago, Illinois based crane supplier, is pleased to announce that rough terrain cranes are now available on their platform. Construction companies and private contractors in the area may be interested in Crane Network’s catalog. The supplier has a variety of different cranes for sale on their website, and anyone looking for a crane can find one for almost any application on the platform.

“We now give you the opportunity to check out our new range of rough terrain cranes and used rough terrain cranes for sale and rental,” says Crane Network LLC. “Search from 1000's of listings for new and used rough terrain cranes, updated daily from 100's of dealers. Buy high quality used rough terrain cranes from our network of worldwide locations for quality lift equipment. See all cranes for sale on Crane Network, a leader in rough terrain crane sales. Over 30,000 companies and individuals rely on our online services to effectively manage their fleet for the sale and rental of cranes and equipment.”

Rough terrain cranes feature a single cab on a rotating superstructure that controls all of its operations. These types of cranes are usually mounted on two axles and can lift up to one 150 US tons. Usually, rough terrain cranes are restricted to job sites due to their low travel speed but, in many countries, they are certified for street use. They are called rough terrain cranes due to their ability to traverse all types of terrain in order to reach their working location. Such cranes come with steering modes that allow for easy maneuvering in tight quarters. They also feature excellent on-rubber operation, which offers enhanced productivity. For more information on the many rough terrain cranes for sale, visit Crane Network’s website.

The company also has a number of mobile cranes up for sale on their website. These cranes, often referred to as all terrain cranes, combine fast highway speeds with excellent off-road performance and very powerful lifting capabilities. They take the road-worthiness of truck mounted cranes as well as the mobility of rough terrain cranes and put them together to create a lifting vehicle capable of working in almost any environment. They have up to nine axles and can lift loads up to 1320 US tons (or 1,200 Metric tons).

One can search from 1000's of all terrain crane listings for new and used equipment. Crane Network has access to many high quality used all terrain cranes through their worldwide network of suppliers and can provide quality new or used mobile cranes at great prices. The company has cranes from any brand imaginable in their inventory and can always find exactly what their clients are looking for through their numerous sources. They have many mobile cranes for sale, for instance, and companies or individuals interested in purchasing one are encouraged to get in contact with Crane Network today.

A number of customers have written great reviews of their experiences working with Crane Network. Katy McDaniel of Dozier Crane & Machinery says, “Dozier Crane has been utilizing Crane Network for over a decade, both to advertise our cranes and search for new additions to our fleet. Crane Network has been an excellent tool to generate new sales leads and connect with new customers. Whenever we use the email blast function on Crane Network, we always get several responses. The technical support/customer service team at Crane Network is excellent; they respond quickly to any request and are always professional and polite. I would recommend Crane Network to anyone who has a crane to sell or is looking to purchase a crane.”

Another pleased customer, Jennifer Pratt of Pinnacle Cranes, states, “Crane Network has been an integral part of our used and rental fleet crane sales. They have provided us with exposure to crane customers that we would not have been able to reach on our own. We have formed many new customer relationships as a result of the many forms of advertising that are offered to us, such as featured listings and email blasts. Pinnacle Cranes looks forward to partnering with them for many years to come!”

For more information on any given rough terrain, mobile or truck crane for sale, contact Ron Selby Jr. of Crane Network LLC. More information can be found on the company’s website as well.


For more information about Crane Network LLC, contact the company here:

Crane Network LLC
Ron Selby Jr.
(214) 612-7626
400 Illinois St., Lemont, IL 60439

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