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AKM places Terex order

Munich-based AKM Autokranvermietung has placed an order with Terex for two Demag all-terrain cranes.

AKM’s order includes an AC 100-4L, which features a lifting capacity of 100 tonnes, and a 55-tonne capacity AC 55-3.

Both cranes feature the IC-1 Plus contol system, which ensures that the maximum possible lifting capacity is available even when using outriggers deployed in asymmetrical configurations.

www.akm-muenchen.de.

www.terex.com

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