SANY America, Inc.
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The Sany SRC885 rough-terrain crane expands the company’s product line to address fast-growing demand for an 85-ton (77-metric ton) model. Like other Sany rough-terrain cranes, the SRC885 delivers lifting power, pick-and-carry capability and operating stability on virtually any jobsite,regardless of terrain. Kyle Nape, senior vice president, Sany America lifting group, said the new model combines exceptional value with ease of operation, ease of maintenance and attention to operator comfort and convenience. The Sany SRC885 provides reach of up to 209.7 ft. through a five-section, full-power boom. It can achieve the rated 85-ton lifting capacity at a 10-ft. radius. With an overall weight of 115,880 lb., the Sany SRC 885 is well sized for a variety of applications while still being easy to transport. “The market is looking for a strong product that provides higher capacity than the more common 75- and 80-ton class machines without carrying the price tag of a 90-ton crane,” said Nape. “We expect the SRC885 model to meet that demand and fulfill contractors’ expectations.”
With a rated lift capacity of 165 U.S. tons (150 metric tons), the Sany SCC8150 crawler crane fills a strategic position in the company’s crawler crane lineup midway between the 110-ton (100-metric-ton) SCC8100 and 220-ton (200-metric-ton) SCC8200 machines.
With a five-section, telescopic boom upperworks combined with a crawler lowerworks, the new SCC8100TBXL model provides the dual advantages of a crawler crane and hydraulic crane.
Sany America has expanded its hydraulic excavator product line with the addition of its first two compact models, the short-tail swing Sany SY16C and the zero-tail swing Sany SY35U.
The largest of five Sany standard excavator models, the SY335LC offers a bucket breakout force of 49,458 lbf (220 kN) and a dig depth of 24 ft 2 in (7,377 mm).
Mike Rhoda, a construction and industrial equipment executive with extensive international experience in marketing, operations, product development and sales, has been named chief executive officer of Sany America Inc. He replaces Tim Frank, who resigned as chairman in October.