Oxford orders new Peiner towers

19 March 2008

Canada-based Oxford Cranes recently placed a $4.3 million order for five Terex Peiner tower cranes from Empire Crane based in Syracuse, NY. The order is for four SK575 tower cranes and one SK415 unit, according to Mike Demelo, vice president of equipment operations for Oxford. Delivery is set to begin in September.

With more than 20 cranes in its fleet, Oxford is a division of EllisDon construction, among the largest commercial construction companies in Canada.

Demelo says the tower cranes will be rented to a large-scale project that will start in mid- September 2007.

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