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Arrendo places Terex order

Mexico-based Arrendo has placed an order with Terex for four Demag all-terrain cranes, including a 300-tonne capacity AC 300-6.

The six-axle all-terrain crane features a lifting capacity of 15 tonnes when the 80 m-long boom is fully extended. The onboard IC-1 Plus control system further enhances this crane’s performance by providing real-time calculations of the lifting capacities and support for safe crane operations, adds Terex.

Arrendo will also take delivery of two 100-tonne capacity Demag AC 100-4L models and a 500-tonne capacity Demag AC 500-8 crane. The larger eight-axle crane features a 145.8 m reach with a luffing jib.

www.terex.com

www.arrendogruas.com

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