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Crane Norway places Demag order

Crane Norway Group has placed an order for ten Demag all-terrain cranes and a 650-tonne capacity Demag CC 3800-1 crawler crane.

 

The company already has nearly 150 mobile cranes and is a leading provider of lifting services.

 

Its ten additional all-terrain cranes will feature a lifting capacity ranging from 100 tonnes to 250 tonnes.

 

The order comprises a Demag AC 100-4L, three AC 130-5 units, two AC 160-5 models and four AC 250-5s.

 

www.cranenorway.com

www.terex.com/cranes

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