Terex Aerial Work Platforms Sells Power Buggy Product Line

Mon February 01, 2010 - National Edition
Construction Equipment Guide

The Terex Aerial Work Platforms (AWP) segment of Terex Corporation announced the sale Jan. 26 of the Terex power buggy product line to Indy Equipment, an equipment dealer based in Independence, Ohio. The sale to Indy Equipment was for an undisclosed amount.

The power buggy product line consists of two models: 16 cu. ft. (.45 cu m) and 21 cu. ft. (.6 cu m) capacities. The products feature simultaneous dump and hydrostatic drive capability for feathering loads in forward and reverse. Power is supplied through a heavy-duty hydraulic pump and two high-efficiency drive motors.

“We made the decision to close the Terex power buggy line in September 2009 as part of a larger strategy to focus on our core aerial competencies,” said Brad Allen, global general manager, scissors, portables and light towers, Terex AWP.

“Indy Equipment is a respected dealer in the industry and is the right fit to sell and market the power buggy product line.”

Parts and warranty support for all units will transition to Indy Equipment effective Feb. 15, 2010.

For more information, visit www.terex.com.

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