Terex introduces 26 ton boom truck

By D.Ann Shiffler23 May 2010

More than 150 people attended the product launch at the Terex Waverly plant in Waverly, IA on May 19

More than 150 people attended the product launch at the Terex Waverly plant in Waverly, IA on May 19-21.

Terex Cranes hosted more than 150 customers, media and local dignitaries at its plant in Waverly, IA, USA, on May 19-21. The event was a new product launch for the company’s new BT 26106 Super Stinger 26 ton boom truck and RT 100 rough terrain crane.

Customers from six countries, including Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Peru and the US attended the event that included a plant tour, product training and hands-on experience sessions.

Terex products on display included the company’s line of boom trucks, a new cab-down crane built for the US Navy (known as the CD 225 HMC) as well as rough terrain cranes and truck cranes built at the Waverly plant.

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D.Ann Shiffler Editor, American Cranes & Transport Tel: +1 512 869 8838 E-mail: d.ann.shiffler@khl.com
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