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Ten crane order for Terex

Saudi Arabian crane rental company, Arabian Consolidated Trading (ACT Crane & Heavy Equipment), is expanding its crane fleet through a recent order for four Demag AC 160-5 units, two AC 300-6 all terrain cranes and four Terex RT 90 rough terrai

The five-axle Demag AC 160-5 all terrain cranes have a 160-tonne lifting capacity and a maximum system length of 95 m. They are the most compact cranes in their capacity class with a total length of 14 m and a carrier width of 2.75 m, claims the manufacturer.

The six-axle Demag AC 300-6 all-terrain cranes have a 300-tonne lift capacity and feature an 80 m main boom.

The Terex RT 90 rough terrain cranes have an 86 tonne lift capacity, a maximum boom length of 47 m and a tip height of 50 m.

The cranes will be delivered over the next few months.

 

www.actgroup.com.sa

www.terex.com

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