The Tadano Blog

ATF 130G-5 All Terrain Crane “Picked” the Winner

Interview with Ray Poland & Sons Inc

The recent HAPO Gold Cup marked the 50th anniversary of Unlimited Hydroplane Racing on the Columbia River between Richland, Kennewick and Pasco, Washington. The Gold Cup is the longest running competition in the motor sports world! A Tadano ATF 130G-5 was … Read More

Tier 4 Final Engines: A Few Tips

Are you prepared?

Tier 4 Final engines are becoming a reality for many all terrain and rough terrain owners as they take delivery of  newly produced cranes that meet the latest regulations for emissions. In preparation for this, Tadano America posted a blog … Read More

Daytona Rising GR-550XL

GR-550XL is User Friendly and Safe

Interview with Sims Crane & Equipment Operator

The GR-550XL is Tadano’s 55 ton rough terrain crane. In a recent interview Jeff May shared his experiences operating this crane at the Daytona International Speedway job site. Jeff has been operating cranes for 15 years, and he currently works … Read More

ATF 220G-5 Feature

ATF 220G-5 is Compact with Boom to Spare

Interview with Bragg Crane Service

Bragg Crane Service purchased an ATF 220G-5 all terrain crane as an addition to their existing Tadano fleet in February of 2014 from Coastline Equipment Crane Division. Cameron Bragg shares the details of a recent job in San Diego below. TAC: What … Read More

TR-300E rough terrain crane

Rough Terrain Crane Durability: 28 Years & Going Strong

Interview with Tadano's First North American RT Buyer, Conn Equipment

Rough terrain cranes are so well established in the construction industry that it can be hard to remember a time when this wasn’t the case. To Alabama based Conn Equipment in 1986, however, Tadano rough terrain cranes were completely new … Read More

rough terrain cranes

Rough Terrain Cranes: A Definition

From a general standpoint, most of us understand what a rough terrain crane (RT) is. We see them working when we pass construction sites on our way to the office, their compact frames and knobby tires climbing over uneven terrain … Read More