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WOLFFKRAN presents innovations at bauma 2013

One of WOLFFKRAN?s factories in Luckau, Germany. (Image source: Wikimedia Commons)

WOLFFKRAN launched a range of new products at bauma 2013 including a trolley jib tower crane and a newly designed cabin


According to the company, the flat-top 7032clear trolley jib tower crane supplements the Clear Line in the 250 mt range and comes in two high-performance versions.

Peter Schiefer, managing partner of WOLFFKRAN said, ?The 7032clear sets new standards in assembly-friendliness and safety, and with the flat-top design we are responding to the needs of modern inner city construction sites.?

The newly designed WOLFF CAB cabin, which has been in series production since mid-2012, also made its premiere at bauma.

A further addition to WOLFFKRAN?s product range at bauma was the WOLFF 166B, the first WOLFF with a hydraulic luffing system.

First unveiled at bauma 2010, the 8033cross is experiencing a steadily growing demand in the Middle East and European markets, the company said.

Positioned in the 450 mt segment, the product stands out for its impressive lifting capacity, together with its agile working mode and ease of assembly, comparable to a model from the 300 mt range.

WOLFFKRAN also paid tribute to its founders Julius Wolff and Gottlob G?bel at bauma.

Schiefer noted, ?At this year?s bauma we are celebrating the present, the future and also the past of WOLFFKRAN. It was thanks to the visionary achievement of our founding fathers and today?s business philosophy that we have been able to steadily expand our market position to achieve our first-class global standing today.?