CraneWorks Denver Adds 8 Demag Mobile Cranes to Inventory

Thu January 25, 2018 - National Edition
Construction Equipment Guide


The Demag AC 100-4.
The Demag AC 100-4.
The Demag AC 100-4. The Demag AC 220-5. The Demag AC 45 City.

CraneWorks, Inc., one of the United States' leading suppliers of lifting equipment, placed an order for eight various sized Demag cranes, including three AC 45 City models, two AC 220-5, and three AC 100-4 all terrain cranes for its Denver, Colo. location.

According to CraneWorks CEO, Keith Ayers, the company is currently seeing an increase in demand for all terrain cranes and received a lot of praise from customers who have had a chance to use other Demag cranes in their rental fleets.

“The build quality, onboard technology and operator-friendly features of the Demag all terrain crane product line is impressive, and our customers have asked us to add more,” Ayers said.

Among the units in CraneWorks' order are three Demag AC 45 City models. The AC 45 City is redefining compactness in the 50-ton capacity class with its compact carrier length of just 23.6 ft. and overhead height of 10.4 ft. It is equipped with a 102.4-ft.-long main boom and has a maximum system length of 145 ft., which makes it the ideal unit for tight working jobsites and indoor lift projects.

CraneWorks Denver will also receive three 120-ton-capacity class Demag AC 100-4 and two 245-ton (220-tonne) AC 220-5 all terrain cranes.

For more information about CraneWorks, visit www.crane-works.com.

For more information about Terex, visit www.terex.com.




Today's top stories

WBEs Leave Mark On Kansas City Airport

Ditch Witch MT26 Microtrencher Provides Deepest Cut Option for Fiber Job Sites

Caterpillar Surpasses $3B Tonnes Hauled Autonomously by Cat Command for Hauling Trucks

Crews Construct Bridge Offsite, Float It Into Place

All-New Brandt Coupler Built for Safety, Optimized for Deere

VIDEO: Volvo CE Delivers Its Version of the Factory 4 Tomorrow

Brass Knuckle Splash Goggle/Face Shield-In-One is Force to Be Reckoned With

Brooks Breaks Ground in Sparta, Wisconsin


 






ceg-logo ceg-logo ceg-logo ceg-logo ceg-logo