Zoomlion-MAZ plans to launch assembly of 60-tonne truck-mounted cranes in 2018

13.03.2018 09:10 / Belarus / China

MINSK - Zoomlion-MAZ Ltd. (Mogilev Region) plans to launch truck-mounted cranes ZMC-60 (weight handling capacity – 60 tonnes) and ZMC-40 (50 tonnes) in 2018.

Mounted on a MAZ-6516 chassis (with 8x4 wheel arrangement), ZMC-60 cranes will have a 57.8-metre arm. ZMC-60 cranes will have a 39.2-metre arm. The design allows tilting the crane cabin by 20 degrees.

As previously reported, Zoomlion-MAZ Ltd. launched the ZMC-25 truck-mounted crane series in 2017. Zoomlion-MAZ Ltd. has certified this product for the market of the Eurasian Economic Union (EEU).

Zoomlion-MAZ Ltd. is a joint venture and a resident company at FEZ Mogilev. The special-purpose machinery is assembled at Mogilevtransmash (affiliated to BelavtoMAZ Group).

Zoomlion Heavy Industry Science & Technology Co. Ltd. is a leading manufacturer of heavy machinery, trucks and special purpose vehicles.

Zoomlion is currently one of the eight resident companies operating in the Great Stone Industrial Park near Minsk.

As previously reported, Zoomlion was determined to set up several joint ventures with Belarusian manufacturers (MAZ, BelAZ, Gomselmash and MTZ) and will produce special-purpose equipment for all of them in the Great Stone Park.

MAZ, the country’s largest OAO, is fully owned by the Belarusian government. The enterprise produces all-wheel drive trucks, log trucks, dump trucks, cranes on truck chassis, trailers and semitrailers, custom-made vehicles, buses.

Source: PrimePress

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