COMANSA cranes in bridges

COMANSA cranes have been involved in building and expanding numerous bridges worldwide. The support of COMANSA's engineering team in providing new and ingenious solutions has been key in making sure that even the most complicated projects are a resounding success.

A Comansa crane working in the Hisgaura bridge, Colombia
Comansa flat-top cranes at the Marao viaduct, Portugal
A Comansa flat-top crane in the New Champlain Bridge, in Montreal, Canada
Five Comansa cranes at the Nhat Tan bridge, in Hanoi, Vietnam
Two Comansa cranes worked in the Rande Bridge extension, in Spain
"Centenario de la Constitución de 1917" Bridge, in Mexico
The "Ingeniero Gilberto Borja Navarrete" bridge (aka San Marcos) in Mexico was built with Comansa cranes
Many Comansa cranes built Algeria´s tallest bridge, the Tabellout viaduct
Two Comansa cranes at the Vidalta Bridge, Mexico City
Comansa flat-top cranes at the bridge over the Corgo River, in Portugal

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