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Mammoet debuts Demag crane

Following its success in the Netherlands, Mammoet has invested in a Demag AC 55-3 all-terrain crane for its operations in Germany.

Pictured left to right: Vitor da Costa (fleet maintenance and repair manager, Mammoet), Alexander Morasch (crane operator, Mammoet), Uwe Schlicher (key account senior sales manager, Terex Cranes) and Beatrix Bader (commercial operation coordinator, Terex Cranes).

Mammoet claims that the crane has outstanding lift capacity and is extremely robust. 

Handed over by Uwe Schlicher, Terex Cranes key account senior sales manager, the addition continues to expand Mammoet’s fleet of Terex and Demag cranes, which is already extensive. 

The new crane will be used at the BASF factory, Ludwigshafen. 

Mammoet Deutschland GmbH was formed in 1991 and has become a leading provider of engineered heavy lifting and transport services in Germany with operations in Leuna, Ludwigshafen, Krefeld and Flensburg. 

www.mammoet.com 

www.terex.com

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