Sany adopts new emission norms and launches four truck cranes

Sany India has successfully adopted the new Bharat CEV Stage IV norms and upgraded and launched four new truck cranes – STC250C, STC450C, STC600C and STC800C – in the market. The truck cranes adhere to the new emission norms and have been manufactured at Sany India’s state-of-the-art manufacturing plant at Chakan in Pune to boost the government’s Make in India programme. Sany’s STC 250C has a multimode power output function and consumes less power. The use of tipping over early-warning technology provides stability and safety during operation. Its maximum load-lifting capacity is 25 tonne at a working radius of 3 mt and this model has a maximum boom length of 33.5 mt.

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