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Terex finalises Fantuzzi deal.

July 29 - Terex Corporation has completed the acquisition of the port equipment businesses of Fantuzzi Industries and Noell Crane for around Euros 155 million.

"We are quite pleased that Fantuzzi and Noell and their team members are now part of the Terex Cranes family," said Rick Nichols, president of Terex Cranes.

"Fantuzzi and Noell are unquestionably leaders in the design, manufacture and service of port equipment, and although the global economy is slow today, the longer term prospects for intermodal transportation remain very attractive and substantial in scope.

"This acquisition also helps diversify our Cranes business, and expands the product offering of Terex Cranes to the port industry beyond our current stacker product line."

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Multipurpose TOS introduced

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Mohembo bridge parts move in Namibia

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Collett’s cold delivery

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GALA completes TAP scope

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