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Utility One expands with Terex

Utility One Source (Custom Truck & Equipment) has acquired five Terex BT 792 boom trucks, five Terex Crossover 8000 boom trucks and four Terex HC 80 lattice boom crawler cranes.

The units will be delivered to the company's fleet in Kansas, USA.

With a recovering construction sector, there is demand for versatile cranes that are easy to transport, rig and operate, says Terex. The manufacturer adds that the Terex BT 4792 and Terex Crossover 8000 boom truck have been designed with those customer needs in mind.

With a lifting capacity of 80 tons (72 tonnes) and a 200 ft (60.96 m) main boom length, the Terex HC 80 lattice boom crawler crane will be used for heavy lifting and high reach projects. The main boom length can be extended to 240 ft (73.15 m) with a luffing jib.


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www.terex.com

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