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Aoki adds with Demag

Japan-based crane specialist Aoki Juki has expanded its fleet with a 700-tonne capacity Demag AC 700-9 all-terrain crane.

Megumi Aoki (President, Aoki Juki) and Steve Filipov (President, Terex Cranes)

According to Aoki Juki president, Megumi Aoki, the crane’s compact size was a decisive reason for the acquisition.

The crane features a main boom length of 60 m and main boom extension length of 96 m. This, according to Terex, will provide ample lifting height and reach.

Based in Tochigi, Aoki Juki specialises in laying railway tracks, constructing and dismantling bridges, as well as transporting and handling heavy goods. The company operates 18 Terex and Demag all-terrain crane models.

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