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Eschbach secures a Demag


December 1 - Bad-Schönborn, Germany-based crane service provider, Eschbach, has acquired a Demag AC 300-6 all terrain crane.

According to Terex, Eschbach is the first German customer to order the 300-tonne capacity crane, which features a main boom length of 80 m.

Eschbach, part of the Gräser-Eschbach Group, has a fleet of more than 35 vehicles with lifting capacities of 30 to 500 tonnes.

www.graeser-eschbach.de

www.demagcranes.com

www.terex.com

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