Maeda to introduce a fully electric MC285C

June 23, 2020

Published by Kranlyft Group

With Maeda you are a part of building the future

This summer Maeda Seisakusho Company Ltd. will introduce a fully electric MC285C mini crane. With a powerful lithium-ion battery, the crane will operate with the same speed and precision as the regular MC285C-3. The key features released at this point are as follows:

  • Zero emissions
  • Lithium-ion battery with a long lifecycle
  • Shorten charging time
  • Low noise levels while operating
  • Low weight
  • Charging during operation is possible

Stay tuned for more information about this exciting news!

 

For more information:
Jurgen Vater, CEO at Kranlyft Group
+46 703 343 053 | jurgen.vater@kranlyft.com

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