GGR Group unveil Tracked Crawler Carrier at Executive Hire Show

GGR Group, a leading provider of lifting solutions in the UK, is unveiling the latest addition to their range of plant equipment.

The group is launching the ML 3.0 FX Tracked Crawler Carrier, a 3-tonne multi-loader,  developed by Italian manufacturers AlmaCrawler, at this year's Executive Hire Show.

The ML 3.0 FX Tracked Crawler Carrier is the ultimate tool for transporting heavy loads across uneven environments.  Possessing a 3.0t capacity, this multi-loader provides users with the versatility of heavy-duty lifting capabilities and increased gradeability in a compact machine. 

Innovative features such as the adaptive rollers, intelligently reacting to the change in terrain, and non-marking tracks increase the accessibility of the 3tonne multi-loader. An automatic tilt alarm also helps to avoid load spills.

Boasting class-leading electric drive with two 5.3kW super-quiet IP67 rated AC electric motors, the ML 3.0 FX Tracked Crawler Carrier can be fitted with AGM or Lithium batteries which can be fully removed and feature its own internal charger to eliminate downtime. The tracked crawler carrier has three power management configurations with a travel speed of up to 4.2 km/h.

In addition, the multi-loader features four support beams which can be fitted to create a larger and wider loading surface area for heavier cargo. The platform itself sits on a freely rotating slewing ring with 16 different lockable positions to choose from, adapting the platform to your loads’ needs.

GGR Group’s, Marketing and Special Products Director, Daniel Ezzatvar said, “We have a proven track record of creating markets for new products and it is a testament to our ability to do so that we are now launching the ML 3.0 FX Tracked Crawler Carrier.

The multi-loader offers many benefits across industries such as Agriculture, Construction, Demolition, Energy and Flood and we are excited to be able to offer these solutions to new and existing business partners.”

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