Kobelco

Kobelco

Kobelco displayed its CKE 2500, 250ton hydraulic crawler crane which can lift 250 tons at a working radius of 4.6 metres with a boom length of 15.2 metres. With a maximum boom length of 91.4 metres, the crane can lift 21 tons at 17.7 metres working radius. The minimum and maximum length luffing boom is 15.2metres and 61.0 metres. Long boom length ranges from 64.0m to 91.4 metres. Minimum fixed jib combination is 27.4 m+12.2m and maximum length combination 76.2 m+30.5m. Minimum luffing jib combination is 21.3m+21.3m and maximum length combination is 61m+61m. The crane comes with a counter weight of 90t and car body weight of 24.0 tons. The crane is powered by water cooled Hino Diesel Engine with rated power of 247kw at 2,000 rpm.

According to Mr. Nilesh Bhorkar, Manager-Product Sales & Marketing, Kobelco Cranes India Private Limited, “CKE 2500 is the best selling segment in India and we have sold 86 units so far. Seventeen of CKE 2500 were sold to Bharat Heavy Electricals for power plant construction and also to rental companies. The crane got good response due to its versatile lifting capabilities.” Kobelco sells hydraulic crane with a capacity variants of 60-550 tons. The company has sold the cranes capacities ranging from 60 to 135 tons to EPC contractors in India. Voltas Limited is the distributor for Kobelco hydraulic crawler cranes in India.

Kobelco handed CKE 2500, 250ton crawler lattice boom crane over to crane hiring company Samarth Lifters Pvt Limited during the event. According to Mr. Prakash Shah, Director Samarth Lifters, the company will rent out the crane to EPC contractors executing liquefied natural gas projects and power projects.

According to Mr. Nilesh Bhorkar, “to take on pricing along with expanding and consolidating market presence, Kobelco initially would manufacture hydraulic cranes from 80 to 100 tons at its upcoming plant at Sricity near Chennai in Tamil Nadu whereas 250 tons would be taken up at a later stage. Sixty percent of the components would be of local origin comprising crawlers and fabrication parts whereas 40% of the components comprising engines, boom would continue to be imported. We would also strengthen customer support for our cranes through our distributor Voltas.” There has been a steep appreciation of Japanese Yen at the rate of 25-30% making the Kobelco cranes dearer in India.
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