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CraneWorks adds to inventory

Houston-headquartered CraneWorks has expanded its fleet with three Demag AC 100-4L, one AC 300-6, four AC 160-5 and three AC 220-5 all terrain cranes, plus eight Terex Crossover 8000 boom truck cranes.

The four-axle AC 100-4L has a lift capacity of 100 tonnes and is well suited for a wide range of lifting applications, it can travel at standard highway speed limits and has a maximum system length of 81.7 m (268 ft).

The new additions to the CraneWorks fleet all share the IC-1 Plus control system, which determines the crane's lifting capacity for every position of the boom subject to the slewing angle of the superstructure in real time.

The Terex Crossover 8000 boom truck has a maximum lifting capacity of 73 tonnes and a 38 m main boom.

www.crane-works.com

www.terex.com

www.demagcranes.com

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