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Peterson adds Terex RTC

August 28 - Peterson Construction has enhanced its crane fleet with the addition of a Terex RT 670-1 rough terrain crane (RTC).

The 64-tonne lift capacity crane was deployed immediately on a construction project, where it worked alongside a Terex HC 60 crawler to construct pre-engineered steel buildings for the agricultural sector.
 
"With the RT 670-1 crane investment, our ultimate goal is to build faster, so we can erect structures in less time," said Joel Peterson, senior vice president of Peterson Construction.


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