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Multiple orders for Terex

Terex received multiple crane orders at this year’s bauma exhibition, which took place last week in Munich.

Visiting Terex’s booth on the third day of the show, India-based York Cranes purchased a Demag AC 250-5 all-terrain crane. The unit, which is the largest five-axle crane in Demag's range, features a compact design and a lifting capacity of 250 tonnes.

Mexico-based Eseasa Construcciones ordered a S7 boom kit for its Demag CC 2800-1 crawler crane. The kit increases the capacity of the crane by adding stronger segments to the boom.

Terex Cranes distributor, Trex, met with Chilean heavy load hoisting solutions provider, Transportes y Grúas Vecchiola to finalise an order for a Demag AC 350-6 all-terrain crane, which features a lifting capacity of 350 tonnes.

Terex also received orders for the Demag AC 45 City crane with Spain’s Grúas Roxu taking two units and Daru Unio Plusz Kft from Hungary taking another.

www.terex.com

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