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Terex makes deliveries

May 7 - Doha based Aertssen Machinery Services Middle East has taken delivery of a Terex CC 2400-1 lattice boom crawler crane.

Aertssen specialises in heavy lifting and transport and the crane will be used mainly in the oil and gas and construction sectors. The crane has a lifting capacity of 400 tonnes and a maximum load movement of 5,168 tonne-metres.

Meanwhile, Terex Port Solutions (TPS) will supply New Zealand's Napier Port with two Gottwald Model 6 mobile harbour cranes.
The G HMK 6408 variant cranes have a lifting capacity of 100 tonnes, a 51 m radius, and a maximum hoisting speed of 120 m per minute.  
Napier Port already operates a fleet of six TPS mobile harbour cranes and Garth Cowie, ceo of Napier Port, said: "With the two new cranes, we are improving the availability and application possibilities of our handling equipment."

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ECOL gets certified

August 21 - The European association of abnormal road transport and mobile cranes (ESTA) said that its European Crane Operators’ Licence (ECOL) has been awarded ISO 9001-2015 certification.
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