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Linden Comansa hooks up with a tall Swede

August 2016

Rental company Edins Byggkranar supplied two Linden Comansa tower cranes for the construction of the Kista tower, Stockholm´s tallest residential bui...

Edins Byggkranar, Linden Comansa, Kista Tower, Stockholm

Linden Comansa hooks up with Swedish tower

August 2016

Construction company JM Sverige is about to finish the Kista Torn, a residential building located in the district of Kista, in Stockholm. The complex...

Construction, JM Sverige, Kista Torn, Stockholm, Construction, Linden Comansa tower cranes, Edins Byggkranar, Linden Comansa 21LC750 48t

Linden Comansa showcases tallest tower crane

June 2016

With a freestanding height under hook of 80.9 m and a jib length of 80 m, the 21LC750 tower crane from Linden Comansa could be seen from every corner...

Linden Comansa, Bauma, BKL Baukran Logistik GmbH

Linden Comansa and BKL team up

January 2016

Linden Comansa and German dealer BKL Baukran Logistik GmbH will exhibit together at Bauma 2016.

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Linden Comansa, BKL team up, Bauma 2016, New Munich Trade Fair Centre

Comansa optimises LC2100 series

January 2016

The LC2100 series is mainly designed to operate in industrial, mining, infrastructure and public works projects and is one of the most successful ser...

LC2100 series, Industrial, Mining, Infrastructure, Public works projects, Linden Comansa, 21LC335, 21LC550, 21LC660, Hoist cable, High-capacity Lebus drum, Motor

Linden Comansa at Thailand´s tallest skyscraper

September 2015

Two tower cranes from Linden Comansa are working in the construction of the MahaNakhon tower in Bangkok....

Linden Comansa, Skyscraper, MahaNakhon Tower

New Comansa Jie tower crane

October 2014

Tower crane manufacturer Comansa Jie, subsidiary of Linden Comansa in China, will unveil a brand new tower crane at the upcoming Bauma China, to be h...

Tower crane, Comansa Jie, Linden Comansa, China, Bauma China, Shanghai, Hoisting, Slewing Winches

Five Linden Comansa tower cranes build the Nhat Tan Bridge in Hanoi, Vietnam

January 2014

The capital of Vietnam, Hanoi, will have by the end of 2014 a new road connection between the city centre and the Noi Bai International Airport. The ...

Vietnam, Hano, Noi Bai International Airport, Ministry of Transportation, IHI Infrastructure Systems, Sumitomo Mitsui Construction, Singapore, Linden Comansa, steel piles, Hitoshi Yamaji
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