NCK means Newton Chambers Koehring and was a Britsh manufacturer of agriculture machinery, diggers, cranes and draglines. The company was already founded in 1789 by George Newton and Thomas Chambers as an industrial company in Sheffield (UK). Since 1947 are licenced Koehring machines manufactured and was the name changed to NCK. In 1958 was Ransomes & Rapier overtaken and the production of diggers, cranes and draglines started. After various owners was in 2001 finally the delivery of the last crane. Today is NCK owned by Delden Cranes Ltd. for service and parts for the NCK cranes that are still active today.

NCK Nova HC65

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