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First rubber-tyred Mantsinen 300 Hybrilift crane

Finland-based hydraulic crane maker Mantsinen will shortly deliver the first mobile version (’M’ suffix) of its and the world’s biggest hydraulic port crane, which will be assembled and shipped from a new Mantsinen assembly plant at a site leased from Euroports Rauma in the Port of Rauma

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