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Demag duo for Madisa

Mexican heavy machinery and Terex distributor, Madisa, has expanded its crane inventory with the addition of two new Demag all-terrain cranes.

The four-axle Demag AC 100-4L crane has a maximum lifting capacity of 100 tonnes and a system length of 81.7 m, which Terex claims is the largest operating range of any all-terrain crane in its class.

The 220-tonne capacity five-axle Demag AC 220-5 features a single engine concept and has a main boom length of 79 m and a maximum system length of 99 m.

Both models can travel at highway speeds and have intelligent motor management systems that reduce operational costs and required maintenance, says Terex.

www.terex.com

www.madisa.com

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