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Terex Demag

British crane rental company Coussens Crane Hire, which is based in Bexhill-on-Sea in East Sussex, has just added two new Demag all terrain cranes to its fleet: Not only a Demag AC 60-3 with a 164 ft. (50-m) main boom, but also a Demag AC 100-4L with a 195 ft.

Cosmo Cranes recently commissioned two new Demag all terrain cranes, a Demag AC 300-6 and a Demag AC 130-5. Both cranes are equipped with the IC-1 Plus control system that provides the operator with access to real-time lifting information. The cranes have already been used on several projects throughout Australia.

Crane service provider Vernazza Autogru only had 130 hours to dismantle an old railroad bridge, owned by French railway company SNCF, in Mandelieu-la-Napoule, west of Cannes. In order to tackle the job, in which time was of the essence, the company relied on its brand new Demag CC 3800-1 crawler crane, which was in turn assisted by a Demag AC 120 all-terrain crane.

Everyone at Hallbergmoos, Germany-based Tecra-Autokran GmbH is extremely happy with the quality and performance of their Demag AC 100-4L all-terrain crane, which is evidenced by the fact that the company has now ordered its second Demag crane of this model.

For Wolfgang Klenner, managing director of the Munich crane specialist Klema, the Demag AC 130-5 is the ideal crane for moving heavy industrial machinery. "Thanks above all to the variable axle loads of either [11 or 13.2 ton] and the innovative IC-1 Plus control system, we can use this crane extremely flexibly," said Klenner, citing two important reasons for ordering the Demag AC 130-5, which in a few months will expand Klema's fleet.

Terex Corporation announced fourth quarter 2018 net sales of $1.2 billion, up 16 percent versus Q4 2017 net sales of $1.1 billion. For the full year 2018, Terex reported net sales of $5.1 billion, an increase of 18 percent versus net sales of $4.4 billion for the full year 2017.

Singapore-based heavy lift and haulage service provider Tiong Woon Corporation (TWC) entered into a sales agreement for the delivery of a Boom Booster kit for its three Demag CC 8800-1 crawler cranes, which are now in service, at this year's bauma in China.

Following the great results Mammoet has had with the Demag AC 55-3 all terrain crane in the Netherlands, the company recently bought its first model of this crane to be used in Germany. "The main reason why we chose the Demag AC 55-3 is its outstanding lifting capacity.

Work on the new Ferenc Puskás Stadium in Budapest has been going on since the beginning of 2017. The soccer stadium is being built at the exact same spot as its predecessor of the same name, which was built in 1953 and torn down in 2016. The construction work is scheduled to be completed in November 2019, at which point the stadium will be able to accommodate 67,000 spectators with its length of more than 984 ft.

A series of maintenance activities at the OMV refinery in Vienna required for the 13-ton top section of a fractionating column to be replaced. For this challenging task, which required ample planning expertise, OMV commissioned Austrian crane service provider Prangl, which relied on the capabilities of its TerexDemag AC 1000-9 all terrain crane for the job.

The six axle Demag AC 300-6 all-terrain crane, boasting a 350 ton (300 t) classification, features an 262.5 ft. (80 m) main boom and is the first crane of its size in the Demag range equipped with a luffing jib. It delivers the strength, reach and versatility needed for accomplishing the most demanding jobs at lower operational and transporting costs than similar models in its class, according to the manufacturer.