DMRC is engaged in building a world–class metro rail facility in Delhi the national capital of India. The first phase of the project was completed in December 2005. While the work on Phase II of the DMRC project, covering a length of 121 km, is currently under construction.
The Manitowoc Model 12000 can be equipped with a maximum of 70.1m of heavy-lift main boom, while the maximum boom and fixed job combination is 61 m plus 21 m. The maximum boom and luffing jib is 43 m plus 52 m. Power comes from a 247 kW Hino engine capable of providing rated line pulls of 11,400 kg, as well as maximum line pulls of upto 21,182 kg with line speed up to 163 m/min. For clamshell work, the crane has an 11,340 kg material handling capacity.
Soma Enterprises Ltd is one of the fastest growing infrastructure developers in India focusing among others on construction and development of core infrastructure projects in the transportation, hydro power and water resource sectors.
TIL, a market leader in mobile cranes in India plays a critical role in lifting India’s core industries to new heights, Manitowoc and TIL have been collaborating for over 40 years and the two organizations’ commitment to growth and innovation has cemented this relationship.