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Aertssen adds Demag duo

Aertssen Machinery Services (AMS) has expanded its fleet of cranes in the Middle East with the addition of Demag CC 2400-1 and CC 3800-1 lattice boom crawler cranes. 

From left to right: Steve Filipov (president, Terex Cranes), Greg Aertssen (ceo, Aertssen Group), Tony Nuyts (branch manager, Aertssen Machinery Services) and Joerg Mueller (senior sales manager, Terex Cranes)

The cranes will be used by Aertssen to execute heavy lifting projects in the oil and gas and construction sectors.

The CC 3800-1 can lift up to 650 tonnes at a 12 m radius, and has a maximum load moment of 9,152 tonne/meters. 

The 400-tonne capacity CC 2400-1 features a maximum load moment of 5,150 tonne/meters.

www.terex.com 

www.aertssen.be

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