are one of the most important parts of constructing new buildings have now been enhanced to lift more weighted material in reduced time efficiently.
XCMG’s manufactured XCA3000, the world's largest tonnage wheeled crane, completed its first assignment by hoisting a 25-ton (approx. 22 metric tons), 95-meter-long (311-feet-long) wind turbine blade to a height of 107 meters (351 feet) at a wind energy facility.
According to, cranes provide an early warning for crane operators, project managers, and other key personnel involved in construction on site - delivering comprehensive analysis of wind data within minutes.
Benchmark in operational efficiency and lifting capacity
It set a new benchmark in operational efficiency and lifting capacity in the installation of wind turbines according to a statement by the company.