Taking note of this compact crane’s popularity and all-important green credentials, Osprey has signed a contract with Tadano UK for a brand new CC3800-1.
Osprey’s crane fleet continues to expand. We’re working with many clients who have key infrastructure projects that demand bigger and more capable machines – but also with clients who, like us, believe it’s important to invest in green technology.
To date in 2023, Osprey has invested in a variety of cranes including a CC2400, a CC3800-1, an LTR1100 and an LTM1200. In addition to those units, we also have further invested in our technical lifting solutions with a new Enerpac JS250 hydraulic gantry system. As we are prioritising green credentials, we expand our capability even further with the purchase of an additional, brand-new CC3800-1, direct from Tadano UK.
SIMON MASSEY, Chief Commercial Officer, Osprey:
“Our existing CC3800-1 has more than proven its worth. Because they come with a variety of load options, these machines offer superb flexibility for complex challenges and challenging sites. They have exceptional capacities for such a compact crane. This, coupled with the pipeline that followed-on naturally, plus the unit’s impressive green credentials and the great support we’ve been getting from Tadano UK, made it a very easy decision to place the order for a second, brand new CC3800-1. We’re looking forward to it arriving in Q4 this year, ready for work in 2024.”
As the CC3800-1 will be Tier 4F and Euro 5 compliant, and meets all current emission standards, this new machine will have green credentials that meet Osprey’s ESG policies – an all-important criteria for project managers intent on meeting their own ESG targets, across the supply chain.
Notes to editors
Osprey is an independent, British company. For 25 years, Osprey has been delivering and installing some of the world’s heaviest assets and largest abnormal loads – specialist logistics of all kinds, both here in the UK and internationally. With an impressive range of owner-operated equipment, Osprey’s teams deliver unexpected value by finding the right specialist approach to each project, as early on in the programme of works as possible. Whether the project involves moving tunnel boring machines across the UK to a nuclear power plant, or installing wind turbines in Sweden, this includes ingenious applications for some of the UK’s most capable heavy-lift cranes, one of the largest SPMT fleets, hydraulic lifts and skids, carousels, heavy transport, and an extensive fleet of barges.