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Crexell adds Demag duo

Argentina's Crexell Transportes has taken delivery of a Demag AC 250-5 all-terrain crane from Grúas San Blas, a distributor of Terex and Demag products.

The 250-tonne capacity, five-axle model features a main boom length of 70 m, and a maximum system length of 102 m.

According to Terex, the Argentinian crane service provider also added a 100-tonne capacity AC 100-4L all-terrain crane, with a maximum system length of 81.6 m, to its fleet of Demag and Terex cranes a few months ago.

"The smaller Demag AC 100-4L model is quick to rig and easy to transport; two qualities that will help the company be more efficient and profitable on job sites," said Grúas San Blas.

 

www.crexellsa.com

www.gsb.com.ar

www.demagcranes.com

www.terex.com

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