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A new 145t, 61m boom, Tadano rough terrain, claimed as the world's biggest and furthest reaching, has been launched, aimed at energy users in North America and the Middle East, and the mining sector in South America and Australia.
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Manitex subsidiary Badger has launched a 15t rough terrain, aimed at specialist industrial niche markets. The first models of the new CD4415 have been sold to dealers for use in the refinery sector.
Global Crane Sales announced that it delivered the first 15 Zoomlion rough terrains to international hire firm Sarens.
Sany's dealer UME has opened a new showroom and is offering rough terrains for the first time.
UAE lifting firm Al Faris announced it would purchase USD$50m (€40m) worth of cranes in 2013, enlarging its specialised energy rental fleet.
Illinois-based Essex, an American crane rental firm, reported its Q2 2012 results, with equipment sales of $8.6m representing a continued increase, rising 61.4% over the same figure for the period last year.
Miron Construction is using its Manitowoc 14000 and Manitowoc 11000 crawler cranes to increase seating at the Lambeau Field stadium in Wisconsin in the US.
Facing rising demand for energy and infrastructure work in the US, ALL Erection and Crane Rental bought 17 Manitowoc and Grove Cranes in two packages.
Transport, demolition and heavy lift firm Greving has put its new Grove GMK 6300 to quick use, completing the demolition and replacement of six agricultural silos in half the allocated time.
ALL Erection & Crane Rental purchased its second and third 150USt capacity Grove RT9150E rough terrain cranes at CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2011 in March.
Two Terex RT 100 rough terrain cranes have been delivered to the Middle East to bolster the crane fleet of Kuwaiti firm Integrated Logistics.