Sales surge for Terex at Bauma

17 April 2019

The team from Terex’s crane division was busy during Bauma, securing a number of sales agreements for Demag and Terex machines during the show.

Kavanagh Crane Hire of Wexford, Ireland, purchased a Demag AC 45 City crane, representing the first such model to be brought to the country.

Traisen, Germany-based Trost also purchased a AC 45 City to supplement its crane fleet. Spain’s Grúas Roxu invested in two new Demag AC 45 City cranes, while Hungary’s Daru Unio Plusz Kft also ordered one unit of this model.

Representatives of Modern Crane Service from Telangana, India, opted for the larger, 250t Demag AC 250-5 all terrain crane.

North America’s CraneWorks signed papers to purchase two Demag cranes, one AC 60-3 and one AC 100-4L, which supplemented a recent purchase of North America’s first AC 45 City crane.

Distributing Terex Crane equipment to the New England region, Empire Crane Company placed a significant order that included three Demag AC 60-3 models as well as an AC 100-4L, AC 250-5 and AC 300-6.

Ejar Cranes & Equipment based in Dubai, UAE, acquired ten 100t Demag AC 100-4L cranes and three AC 130-5 models.

York Cranes, headquartered in Telangana, India, purchased a new Demag AC 250-5 all terrain crane for the company’s fleet.

Mexico-based company ESEASA Construcciones visited the booth and ordered an S7 Boom Kit for its Demag CC 2800-1 crawler crane.

Terex Cranes distributor, Trex, met with heavy load hoisting solutions provider, Transportes y Grúas Vecchiola S.A. of Copiapó, Chile, at the Terex stand to finalise an order for a Demag AC 350-6 all terrain crane.

Sales for Terex-branded cranes were also strong during Bauma’s first days. Borger Crane Hire and Rigging Service of Sydney, Australia, purchased the recently introduced Terex AT 40 Pick & Carry crane.

Select Crane Hire from Kent, England, made substantial upgrades to its fleet, finalizing a deal with Terex Cranes for a total of nine tower cranes. The UK’s leading building services provider selected four new Terex CTT 202-10 flat top tower cranes and five Terex CTL 272-18 luffing jib tower cranes.

Germany-based company Proschwitz ordered two units of the new Terex CTT 202-10 flat top tower crane.

Terex distributor and family-owned company, Abrams Krane, headquartered in Warendorf, Germany, ordered three Terex CBR 32 Plus cranes, offering a 32m maximum jib length and 4t maximum capacity. The company also purchased three Terex CBR 40H cranes.