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Scholpp orders Demag trio

Germany-based crane service provider, Scholpp, has ordered three Demag all-terrain cranes from Terex.

The Demag AC 220-5, AC 300-6 and AC 700-9, with lifting capacities of 220 tonnes, 300 tonnes and 700 tonnes, respectively, will join Scholpp's fleet of 90 vehicles, including more than 60 cranes.

Based in Stuttgart, Scholpp offers a range of crane and transportation services for infrastructure construction and expansion projects. 

 

www.scholpp.com 

www.terex.com 

www.demagcranes.com

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