OHL Invests in Two Terex T 340-1 XL Truck Cranes

OHL USA plans to use the new Terex cranes on all of its bridge projects.

Fri August 07, 2015 - West Edition
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Terex distributor Bigge Crane & Rigging Co. recently handed off the first of two new Terex T 340-1 XL truck cranes to OHL USA Inc. in Southern California.
Terex distributor Bigge Crane & Rigging Co. recently handed off the first of two new Terex T 340-1 XL truck cranes to OHL USA Inc. in Southern California.
Terex distributor Bigge Crane & Rigging Co. recently handed off the first of two new Terex T 340-1 XL truck cranes to OHL USA Inc. in Southern California. OHL USA plans to use the new Terex cranes on all of its bridge projects, including its latest project awards: I-40 Essex Project involving the replacement of six bridges in San Bernardino County, and seismic retrofit and reconstruction of the historic LaL

Terex distributor Bigge Crane & Rigging Co. recently handed off the first of two new Terex T 340-1 XL truck cranes to OHL USA Inc. in Southern California.

OHL USA plans to use the new Terex cranes on all of its bridge projects, including its latest project awards: I-40 Essex Project involving the replacement of six bridges in San Bernardino County, and seismic retrofit and reconstruction of the historic LaLoma Road Bridge in Pasadena.

OHL USA, a global leader in construction with extensive experience delivering projects in alternative delivery methods, including design-build and public-private-partnerships, will take delivery of the second T 340-1 XL crane in August.




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