Sany launches four new Truck Cranes

Embraces new emission norms.


Sany India, aglobal leader in the CE Industry, has recently upgraded and launched four newtruck cranes – STC250C, STC450C, STC600C, and STC800C. Adhering to the newemission norms, the new truck cranes have been manufactured at Sany India’sstate-of-the-art manufacturing plant at Chakan in Pune.

Equipped with the multimode power outputfunction, Sany’s STC 250C consumes less power and the use of tipping overearly-warning technology provides stability and safety during operation. Itsmaximum load-lifting capacity is 25 tonnes at working radius of 3.0mts. Thismodel has maximum boom length of 33.5mts.

Sany STC450C is laced with an adjustablehydraulic system and intelligent electric control system, which boasts itsefficiency with low fuel consumption. Its maximum loading capacity is 45 tonnesat a working radius of 3.0mts. The model comes with maximum boom length of43.5mts.

Latest to join the league – STC600C – has apowerful lifting capacity of 60 tonnes at working radius of 3.0mts. This modelhas longest boom length of 45.5mts in its class.

Adding more values, Sany Indiahas introduced new STC800C with superior lifting capacity of 80 tonnesat working radius of 3.0mts and maximum boom length-47.5 meter.

Sanjay Saxena Senior Vice President andHead of Heavy Equipment Business Unit, Sany Heavy Industry, India Pvt. Ltd.,said, “We are very proud that, we have successfullylaunched 4 models of truck cranes in the market complying with the new emissionstandards. Being a market leader, the unveiling of our new CEV Stage IV truckcranes will boost our sales and help us sustain our leadership in the segment.”

“Our truck cranes have been showing good tractionin the market, led by road construction, refinery expansions, railways andmetro projects, and waterways, etc. To meet the surging demands, Sany India isplanning to launch more new products in the near future complying with CEVStage IV emissions,” he added.

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