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Dozen Demags for JTC

Kuwait's Jassim Transport & Stevedoring (JTC) has placed an order for six Demag all-terrain cranes.

The order includes one 100-tonne capacity AC 100-4 model, three 130-tonne capacity 130-5 models and two AC 160-5 units featuring a lifting capacity of 160 tonnes.

The AC 100-4 model has a main boom length of 50 m and a maximum system length of 77 m, while the five-axle AC 130-5 comes equipped with a main boom that can be extended up to 60 m.

The larger AC 160-5 mobile crane has a main boom length of 68 m and a maximum system length of 95 m.

With the delivery of the cranes later this year, JTC's fleet will include more than 50 Terex and Demag units.

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