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Orders roll in for Terex

Terex has secured a series of crane orders at this year’s bauma exhibition, which took place this week in Munich.

ETS SIAD Automobiles (Groupe SIAD) has signed an order for nine Terex rough-terrain cranes. The Algerian crane distributor ordered six Terex RT 45 and three RT 45 units; both models have a lifting capacity of 45 tonnes.

Mobile Cranes Asia, Terex Cranes’ distributor in Singapore, also placed an order for a Demag AC 350-6 all-terrain crane. The unit has a 64 m-long main boom and a maximum lifting capacity of 350 tonnes.

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