Industry leading crawler crane is coming to the UK.

NRC plant receives Europe’s first new HSC 275t crane.

Orsett, Essex: NRC Plant are pleased to announce the forthcoming arrival of a European first in crawler cranes.
As part of the continued expansion of our rental fleet and service offering, we have purchased the first HSC SCX2800A-3 crane with a 275t lifting capacity. The crane is currently being prepared in Japan, ahead of starting its 5745-mile journey to Munich. The official un-veiling of the SCX2800-A will take place at Bauma, the leading construction machinery event in April 2019.

“This industry leading crane from HSC is a welcomed addition to the NRC fleet of cranes, enabling us to offer our clients’ a full range of cranes from 4.5t to 275t lifting capacity.” said Dave Rees, Operations Manager

“NRC have been providing cranes and construction machinery to the UK and more recently the Middle East for 65 years and we are very proud that our cranes have been used on some of the biggest infrastructure projects in the UK at this time, including Crossrail, HS2 and the National Grid.”
If you would like to enquire about a crane for your next infrastructure project please contact dave.rees@nrcplant or call 01375 361616


About NRC
NRC Plant are one of the UK’s largest leading sales, rental and service organisation, specialising in Lattice Boom Crawler and Telescopic Crawler Cranes. With over 60 years’ experience in the crane industry. Our fleet currently comprises of 75 crawler cranes ranging from 4.5t to 275t, both telescopic and lattice boom with the option of eco-friendly cranes. We are the sole distributor in the UK and Ireland of HSC Crawler Cranes, Link-Belt Telescopic Crawler Cranes and are sub-distributors for the Maeda Mini Crane range. We provide a complete support service including crane service, major repairs, modifications, overhauls, testing and calibration. NRC Plant Ltd is a member of the Joseph Gallagher Group which consists of a number of businesses that complement their core activities of tunnelling and civil engineering.