Kobelco Cranes Co., Ltd. is a construction machinery manufacturer specializing in cranes. It aspires to create attractive products and to strengthen its business foundation by globalizing its operations. Using the technologies and brand power it has developed, Kobelco is becoming a company that plays a more active role in the world.
- Crawler Cranes: Standard crawler cranes (lifting capacity of 35 to 200 metric tons), Ultra-large crawler cranes (lifting capacity of 300 to 800 metric tons), Telescopic boom crawler cranes
- Wheel Cranes: Rough terrain cranes, mini rough terrain cranes, lattice boom wheel cranes, all terrain cranes
- Base Machines for Civil Engineering & Foundation Work: Pile drivers, equipment for trench cutting re-mixing deep wall (TRD) method, Equipment for dry jet mixing (DJM) method
- Work Vessels: Grab-crane barges, floating cranes, grab dredgers
Kobelco Cranes offers a broad array of crawler cranes of various sizes.Large models are for building long-span bridges, wind, thermal and nuclear power plants and other large-scale structures, while small- and medium-sized models boast truly all-round capabilities backed by heavy-duty and advanced control features. Kobelco also offers the BM Series base machines for civil and foundation work. These reliable machines demonstrate their strengths in all situations.
Kobelco’s city conscious cranes are designed for work in urban construction, as opposed to undeveloped terrain.Not only do they maintain the lifting capacity expected of cranes, they also feature an original slant boom and compactness based on a layout that places the engine in the upper frame. This Good Design Award winner has earning an excellent reputation for its design, which matches the urban landscape.
Base Machines for Civil Engineering and Foundation Work
>Kobelco Cranes offers a variety of machines for foundation work, including pile drivers featuring great power and speed.
>Kobelco Cranes offers dredgers as well as grab-crane barges incorporating original technologies to overcome harsh operating conditions at sea.