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Interkran adds another Demag

Swiss crane service provider Interkran has taken delivery of a Demag AC 300-6 – the second all-terrain crane from Demag in its fleet.

Interkran recently took delivery of a Demag AC 100-4L. Tony Teixeira, Interkran general manager, said: “The performance data for the two cranes definitely made a compelling case, so we just went ahead and ordered both of them.”

The AC 300-6 crane can lift up to 15 tonnes with its 80 m main boom fully extended. This makes it the ideal machine for erecting tower cranes, among other applications.

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