Philadelphia’s AmQuip Enters Tower Crane Business With Terex-Peiner Line

Wed April 06, 2005 - Northeast Edition
Construction Equipment Guide


AmQuip based in Philadelphia, PA, recently added the Terex-Peiner lineup of tower cranes to is newly started tower crane business.

AmQuip will carry the full line of Terex-Peiner tower cranes, which includes the SK 315 and SK 415 as well as the SK 575 with a maximum capacity of 70,600 lbs. (32,000 kg) and a maximum free standing hook height of 249 ft. (76 m).

“We are extremely pleased AmQuip has chosen Terex towers to continue their tower expansion in North America,” said Steve Filipov, president and CEO of Terex Cranes.

“This is a substantial order for us. We are committed to support our products in North America and worldwide. With continuing product development Terex-Peiner is well positioned to further improve its leading position in the market place. To satisfy booming demand and guarantee timely delivery for Terex-Peiner we have increased capacity at our Zweibrucken, Germany and Wilmington, DE, operations.




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