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Demag delivery for Könning Autokrane

Germany’s Könning Autokrane has taken delivery of a Demag AC 160-5 all-terrain crane from Terex.

Headquartered in Stadtlohn, Könning Autokrane will use the 160-tonne capacity all-terrain crane for lifting precast components.

With a compact design, the unit features a maximum boom length of 68 m. It is also equipped with the IC-1 Plus control system.

“Before this, the AC 120 was the biggest Demag crane in our fleet,” said Marcel Könning. “That means that with our new AC 160-5, we’re moving up into a higher category that will enable us to take care of even more projects for our customers.”

www.koenningkrane.de

www.terex.com

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