Mexico owned and operated, Arrendo has ordered four new Demag all terrain cranes to keep up with the needs of its growing customer base.

Included in the order is the newly introduced Demag AC 300-6 all terrain crane, two AC 100-4L all terrains and one AC 500-8.

Demag AC 300-6

Included in the order is the newly introduced Demag AC 300-6 all terrain crane, two AC 100-4L all terrains and one AC 500-8.

Arrendo will be the first company in Mexico to acquire a Demag AC 300-6, a 350 ton capacity class, 6-axle all terrain crane. This new model includes industry leading features that will help contractors lower operating expenses and improve efficiency, according to the manufacturer.

It is designed to deliver class-leading reach and strength with the ability to lift 16.5 tons when the 262.5 foot boom is fully extended. The onboard IC-1 Plus control system further enhances performance by providing real-time calculations of the lifting capacities and support for safe crane operations.

In addition, the AC 300-6 has one engine, with start and stop function to reduce idle time and total engine hours to help reduce fuel costs and maintain the crane’s residual value.

The 120 ton capacity AC 100-4L is the most compact in its class and they work well in dense urban environments, Demag said. The 600 ton capacity Demag AC 500-8 on 8 axles is also compact and has a reach of 478.3 feet with a luffing jib.