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CT Kranservice receives Demag

CT Kranservice has added a Demag AC 220-5 all-terrain crane to its fleet in order to enhance its tower crane assembly services.

Based in Göppingen, Gemany, CT Kranservice operates a fleet of more than 300 construction cranes.

CT Kranservice said that the 220-tonne capacity model is an “excellent solution” for the assembly of tower cranes, based on the crane’s 78-m long main boom.

The unit’s compact design of the crane also makes it much easier to operate in project sites with restricted space, added CT Kranservice.

www.kran-service.de

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