Oklahoma Territory Purchases Five Link-Belt Cranes

The deal includes Link-Belt's two ConExpo 2014 rough terrain cranes — RTC-8080 Series II and all-new RTC-80150 Series II — as well as an ATC-3275 all-terrain crane and two HTC-86100 hydraulic tru

Fri April 04, 2014 - West Edition
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Link-Belt Construction Equipment and Oklahoma Territory Construction Equipment, in partnership with Belger Cartage Service Inc. signed a deal for five new Link-Belt cranes at ConExpo 2014. The deal includes Link-Belt’s two ConExpo 2014 rough terrain cranes — RTC-8080 Series II and all-new RTC-80150 Series II — as well as an ATC-3275 all-terrain crane and two HTC-86100 hydraulic truck cranes. Oklahoma Territory Construction Equipment, with branch locations in Oklahoma City and Tulsa, has been a Link-Belt distributor since 2004.

"This purchase extends a long history of support from Oklahoma Territory Construction, they have been a valued Link-Belt distributor for many years," said Link-Belt North American Sales Manager Skeeter Collins.

"We appreciate our relationship with Link-Belt and look forward to the continued growth of our crane rental business," said Oklahoma Territory Construction Equipment President Dick Belger.

For more information, visit www.linkbelt.com.




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