Sennebogens come together for REWE’s €30m logistics centre
Two Sennebogen cranes have worked for contractors Max Bögl Bauservice and Wiesbauer on a new €30m logistics centre in Mönchhof near Frankfurt Airport for retail and tourism firm REWE.
Having only just purchased the new 300t Sennebogen 7700, Wiesbauer had the crane delivered straight to site from Sennebogen’s Straubing assembly plant, to lift a range of construction materials from purlins and joists to girders.
Rigged with a 24.3m main boom and a 35.5m fly jib, the crane was used for 2,857 lifts of materials weighing up to 42t over a four-month period.
It was joined on the site of the 51,000m2 development by a Sennebogen 5500 ‘Starlifter’, configured with 24.3m of main boom and a 29.9m fly jib, owned by German privately owned contractor Max Bögl Bauservice.
Johann Simon of Max Bögl, who is responsible for technical services finished parts at the company, said: “The new 7700 is a great machine. It offers outstanding lifting performance and has extremely good loads. A reliable and robust machine, which did a perfect job on the construction site.”