M-L Holdings purchases 5 Terex ATs

By John Skelly10 December 2014

M-L Holding’s new AC100-4L will join the Crane Service, Inc. fleet in Albuquerque, NM.

M-L Holding’s new AC100-4L will join the Crane Service, Inc. fleet in Albuquerque, NM.

M-L Holdings Crane Group announced they purchased five Terex all-terrain cranes: three AC250-1 all-terrain cranes, one AC100-4L all-terrain crane and one of the new Terex Explorer 5600 all-terrain cranes.

The addition of the five Terex all-terrain cranes will help serve the West Texas markets. Marks Crane & Rigging in Lubbock, Texas will take one AC250-1 all-terrain crane, which is the longest boom crane in Lubbock, Texas. They will also add the Explorer 5600 all-terrain crane to their fleet.

Marks Crane & Rigging in Odessa, Texas will add an AC250-1 to their current fleet and the third Terex AC250-1 will head to Sweetwater, Texas to serve the Crane Service, Inc. branch there. Lastly, the AC100- 4L will be added to the Crane Service, Inc. branch in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

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