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Wiemann adds to fleet with Demag

Germany-based Wiemann has taken delivery of a Demag AC 100-4L all-terrain crane, which will be based at its location in Gierstädt.

Left to right: Helge Prüfer (sales manager, Terex Cranes), Georg Ruhe (crane operator, Wiemann), Mario Bley (technical field service, Wiemann), Martin Wiemann (general manager, Wiemann) and Christian Kassner (senior manager sales, Terex Cranes)

 

The crane features a lifting capacity of 100 tonnes and a main boom length of 59.4 m.

General manager, Martin Wiemann, explained: “With a width of only 2.55 m, the AC 100-4L is the most compact crane in its category, making it ideal for work sites where space is tight.”

www.terex.com

www.wiemann-autokrane.de

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