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Terex Cranes to Launch New Long Boom Crane Model at ICUEE 2013

An expected 16,000 visitors to the event will get to see the unveiling first hand.

Tue September 24, 2013 - National Edition
Construction Equipment Guide


Terex Cranes is pleased to announce that it will be attending the International Construction & Utility Equipment Exposition (ICUEE), to be held from October 1st to 3rd at the Kentucky Exhibition Center in Louisville, Kentucky, at booth L 316.

As a key event that focuses on the needs of utility contractors and municipalities, Terex Cranes will introduce a new 45 US t (40.8 t) capacity class Terex boom truck featuring an extra-long boom and lightweight-chassis, among other options specially adapted to the multi-facetted needs of customers in the utilities sector.

Mark Phillippi, Sales Director, Terex Cranes North America, and specialists from the Terex Cranes team in the United States, look forward to this year’s event to introduce visitors to the benefits of the new crane first hand, and to discuss product specifications, after-market support and the comprehensive range of customer-tailored solutions available from Terex Financial Services.

Providing a unique opportunity to learn about new technologies, innovations and trends, for the first time this year ICUEE will include an Indoor Exhibitor Demo Stage to expand the event’s popular outdoor demonstration area. Show organizers expect more than 800 exhibitors and more than 16,000 visitors from the telecom, water, wastewater, and gas industries.




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