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Demag delivers for W. Mayer

Zweibrücken, Germany-based heavy transport and crane service provider, W. Mayer, has taken delivery of a Demag AC 130-5 all-terrain crane.

 

The 130-tonne capacity crane features a boom length of 60 m, a total length of 14.3 m and a width of 2.75 m. 

Patrick Graul from W. Mayer explained: "We often work on construction sites with limited space where it is important to adjust the outriggers. Here the IC-1 Plus control system is worth its weight in gold, as it allows high lifting capacities even with asymmetrically extended outriggers.”

www.w-mayer.de 

www.terex.com/cranes 

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