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4 Vehicles Available



  • Stock Number 4523
  • Registration Number GN14SRY
  • Make IVECO
  • Model 120E18
  • Crane Type (if fitted) ATLAS 752
  • Transmission Automatic
  • Euro Rating 5 (Euro Rating)
  • Reg Year 2014
  • GVW 12
  • Axle 4 X 2


  • Stock Number 4441
  • Registration Number X100DBS
  • Body Type DROPSIDE
  • Make MAN
  • Model TGM
  • Crane Type (if fitted) ATLAS
  • Transmission Automatic
  • Euro Rating 6 (Euro Rating)
  • Reg Year 2016
  • GVW 26
  • Axle 6 X 2


  • Stock Number 4395
  • Registration Number FJ61ATX
  • Body Type DROPSIDE
  • Make IVECO
  • Model STRALIS 310
  • Crane Type (if fitted) HIAB XS
  • Transmission Automatic
  • Euro Rating 5 (Euro Rating)
  • Reg Year 2011
  • GVW 26
  • Axle 6 X 2

2014 MAN TGL8.180 – DROPSIDE – 7.5 TONNE

  • Stock Number 4188
  • Registration Number EU14RPY
  • Body Type DROPSIDE
  • Make MAN
  • Model TGL8.180
  • Crane Type (if fitted) FASSI F50
  • Transmission Manual
  • Euro Rating 6 (Euro Rating)
  • Reg Year 2014
  • GVW 7.5
  • Axle 4 X 2

A crane truck is a type of commercial vehicle that is designed for lifting and transporting heavy loads. These trucks are equipped with a crane mounted on the chassis, allowing them to lift and move heavy objects such as construction materials, heavy equipment, and shipping containers.

Crane trucks are widely used in a variety of industries, including construction, logistics, and transportation. They are particularly well-suited for jobs that require the lifting and transportation of heavy objects, such as building materials, large equipment, and prefabricated structures.

One of the main advantages of crane lorries is their versatility. They can be customised with different types of cranes to suit different types of loads, and they can be equipped with various accessories such as winches, chains, and straps to ensure safe and secure transport.

Another advantage of crane trucks is their efficiency. By combining the functions of a crane and a lorry, these vehicles can save time and money by eliminating the need for separate lifting equipment and transportation vehicles. This can also help to reduce the overall carbon footprint of a project by reducing the number of vehicles required.

Cromwell Trucks boasts a wide selection of high-quality, low-mileage used crane trucks for sale. Our range includes lorries from leading manufacturers, including DAFIveco, and Mercedes-Benz.

Second Hand Lorry Mounted Cranes

Lorry-mounted cranes are considered to be one of the most powerful pieces of equipment for the construction industry. Perfect for those working to create and maintain buildings and pipelines. In terms of lifting, lowering, and moving weighty equipment, these cranes are in a league of their own. With a range of features and benefits:

  • Reduce the resources required to relocate heavy objects.
  • Increase productivity
  • Move heavy objects around with ease
  • Reduce the need to disassemble cumbersome shaped and sized items
  • Improves safety when dealing with heavy lifting

Every used vehicle at our base in the heart of the West Midlands has been thoroughly checked over by our on-site mechanics. All to ensure our second-hand trucks are roadworthy and designed to last. From 7.5-tonne to 18-ton second-hand hiab cranes we have a vehicle to suit you. Whether you are just looking for a flatbed truck with a crane or know that you want a specific HIAB or Palfinger, crane. We are confident you will find the right crane lorry for you, here at Cromwell Trucks.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Yes, crane trucks are highly versatile and can be used for a wide range of tasks. They are commonly used in construction sites to lift and place heavy materials, but they can also be employed for tasks such as loading and unloading cargo, tree removal, utility work, and emergency rescue operations.

When choosing a crane truck, consider factors such as lifting capacity, reach, maneuverability, and the type of work you intend to perform. Consulting with crane truck experts or dealers can help you select the most suitable model for your specific requirements.

A crane truck’s crane is typically mounted on the rear or behind the cab. The crane is operated hydraulically, allowing it to extend, retract, and rotate to lift and move heavy objects. The truck’s engine powers the hydraulic system, which controls the crane’s movements and lifting capacity.

There are several types of crane trucks, each designed for specific applications. Common types include telescopic cranes, knuckle boom cranes, and stiff boom cranes. Telescopic cranes have a straight boom that extends telescopically, while knuckle boom cranes have an articulated, multi-segmented arm. Stiff boom cranes have a fixed, non-telescopic boom.

The weight and lifting capacity of a crane truck vary depending on the specific model and configuration. Light-duty crane trucks may have a lifting capacity of a few tons, while heavy-duty models can lift tens of tons. Always refer to the manufacturer’s specifications for accurate weight and capacity information.

A crane truck, also known as a truck-mounted crane or mobile crane, is a specialised vehicle that combines a hydraulic crane with a truck chassis. It is designed to transport heavy loads and lift objects using the crane, making it a versatile solution for various construction, maintenance, and transportation tasks.

Safety is of utmost importance when operating a crane truck. Some essential safety measures include conducting pre-operation inspections, using appropriate lifting slings and attachments, ensuring proper load balance, and avoiding exceeding the crane’s capacity limits. Operators should also be trained to communicate effectively with signal persons during lifting operations.