The Terex Demag AC 100/4 all-terrain crane was on display for the first time at ConExpo. The company claims the crane is the strongest 120-ton, four-axle crane (at maximum counterweight) on the market. The AC100/4 has a system length of 252 feet, with a 50 meter telescopic boom plus 26 to 62 feet of main boom extension.

The new Terex HC 230 crawler crane was also on the Terex stand. This medium lifting capacity crane offers 253 tons of lifting capacity at a reach of 14 feet, when equipped with a 77 SI boom/Hammerhead tip.

With a lifting capacity of 120 tons, the new Terex RT 1120 is currently one of the most powerful rough-terrain cranes in the U.S. market. A 5-section, 3-mode boom forms the basis for the boom system.

The new stinger-class Terex BT 4792 truck crane, decked out in the colors of Giuffre Brothers Cranes, boasts a lifting capacity of 47,000 pounds and total weight of 60,000 pounds. In addition to standard crane applications, it can mount a working cage for one or two persons and a working platform to expand the crane operator's options.

Also in Las Vegas, Terex Comedil showcased its new range of flat top tower cranes, the medium CTT series, which is placed in between the City and Big series of tower cranes.

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