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MCH 125 is the result of a new concept and the Potain's first Topless hydraulic luffing crane. This crane combines advanced innovation and design, from our Potain Center of Excellence.

Designed for challenging constructions and congested job sites

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As a thought leader in the industry, NFT will be adding a blog about tower cranes, hoist and the construction industry as a whole.

Coming Soon, Enjoy!

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Considered as the queen of tower cranes, the Hammerhead cranes, a main product in the Top- Slewing category, are widely used on bridges, power plants or shipyards construction sites.

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NFT was the first to introduce Luffing jib cranes in the GCC and has contributed to its popularity. These types of cranes are widely used for the construction of high rise buildings or when the narrowness of the construction site makes it impossible to use a regular crane (with a fixed horizontal jib).

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