This crane was delivered early March last year and has done many jobs since. Showed above is a picture taken the moment the crane made it's first entrance at the yard in Rotterdam.
However this wasn't the first time I saw the crane because I had seen it a couple of days earlier at the Kuiken Kramat opendoors day.
Here the crane was at the Boijmans van Beuningen museum, it had to lift a statue.
Once again at the BvB museum in Rotterdam, rigged with 122 tons of counterweight.
Of course the crane has other jobs than museum aswell, like here at the townhall of Rotterdam where it had to lift cooling units.
The crane also goed through entire Holland, like the job here in Amsterdam. This shows that the offset in the jib can be placed further up which has as advantage that most of the time the luffing jib doesn't have to be rigged.
Also here in Rotterdam the crane was rigged with a fixed jib to place lightning conductors.
The crane has been in my hometown Spijkenisse, like here at the hospital to lift equipment.