This XCA60_EV will enable Wagenborg to be the first crane company in the world to serve its customers completely emission-free. Delivery and commissioning of the new sustainable engine is expected to take place this summer.
With this first hybrid crane, which can be driven and lifted fully electric, Wagenborg once again puts its sustainability ambitions into practice and is in line with its long-term corporate vision. The market in which Wagenborg Nedlift operates, is also increasingly demanding sustainable machines.
As a result, Wagenborg has approached several suppliers with its desire for a mass-produced, CE-certified and TCVT-approved hybrid machine in 2019. XCMG's XCA60_EV, which incorporates a large number of European components, is the only one so far to meet all the requirements of the Western European market. In addition, the crane will be delivered with an EN13000 and an RDW inspection - in short, a world first.
Mr Hu Yuan, EU Sales Manager: "We are extremely satisfied with the development of our XCA60_EV. To build the perfect machine for the European market, we relied on the knowledge and expertise of the Wagenborg people. Without them, it would have been extremely difficult to develop this crane."
As a demonstration crane, the electric crane has been tested extensively by Wagenborg last year. Gerard Bastiaansen, Managing Director of Wagenborg Nedlift, says: "This demo crane is far from the final model we have now ordered. Our technical department and operators have had a prominent role in the whole design and production process of the demo crane towards the final XCA60_EV. Sharing all kinds of improvements with our supplier XCMG and Aboma's contribution has resulted in a machine that exceeds our requirements."