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Sterett updates crane fleet with new Terex RTs
Sterett Crane & Rigging has placed a large-scale order for up to 35 new Terex rough terrain cranes in an effort “to standardize the company’s fleet and be the leader out of the slump as the economy improves,”
Terex AC 40 in Times Square
A Terex AC 40 city crane was used to remove the famous Virgin Records sign in New York's Times Square and replace it with a new sign for Forever 21
US$5 million orders for Manitex
Manitex International, Inc. has secured orders for boom trucks, rough terrain cranes and rough terrain forklifts worth US$5 million from its Georgetown, Texas, USA subsiduary
Unique National Crane for Locke Crane Services
A CAT 574 forwarder, a type of forestry machine designed to operate in extremely rough terrain, was modified to carry a National Crane 800D.
VIDEO: Euan Youdale looks at Terex's new RT 100 "in the iron" at Bauma 2010
Euan Youdale talk's to Terex's Fabio Fenzi about its new RT 100 rough terrain crane.
ALL purchases three new Link-Belt cranes
All Erection & Crane Rental Corp. in the USA has purchased three 130 US ton (118 tonne) capacity Link-Belt RTC-80130 Series II rough terrain cranes
New rough terrain from Manitex
Manitex International in the USA has announced that its Badger Equipment Co. subsidiary has begun full production of a new 30 US ton (27.2 tonne) capacity cab-down style rough terrain crane. The company has received seven initial orders totaling about US$3 million from crane dealers and railroad equipment distributors
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