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Sarens Places Massive Order for Demag All Terrain Cranes

Fri February 16, 2018 - National Edition
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(L to R) Jan Sarens, Thomas Schramm, Marc Sarens, Ludo Sarens, Steve Filipov
(L to R) Jan Sarens, Thomas Schramm, Marc Sarens, Ludo Sarens, Steve Filipov

Sarens is expanding and updating its current fleet with the addition of 44 new Demag all terrain cranes that are scheduled to be built and delivered over the next two years. The order includes six Demag AC 55-3 models, seven AC 60-3 models, 12 AC 100-4L models, 10 AC 130-5 models, two AC 160-5 models and seven AC 220-5 models. This most recent order comes just months after Sarens commissioned 15 Demag AC-130-5 all terrain cranes.

“We have been so impressed with the quality and performance of the latest Demag all terrain cranes,” said Ludo Sarens, president of Sarens. “And since Terex has always done a great job of supporting our team, it was an easy decision for us. We're looking forward to getting all of these new units out in the field working for our customers!”

“It's a huge honor to have been selected to provide these new cranes for Sarens,” said Steve Filipov, president of Terex Cranes. “Sarens is one of the most respected companies in the industry because its leaders demand the highest levels of performance from its team and equipment. We look forward to seeing all of these new cranes in the field, performing challenging lifts and helping to develop infrastructure around the globe.”

For more information about Sarens, visit www.sarens.com.

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




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