Terex introduces two new cab designs

By D.Ann Shiffler05 April 2010

Visitors to the Terex booth at Bauma will be able to see two new cabs designed for the new Terex AC 100/4L all terrain crane and new models yet to come, the company said.

Both the carrier and crane cabs offer enhancements in comfort and ease of use, and were developed in with customer input, the company said.

All details will be revealed at stand no. F7 704 /705 at the Bauma tradeshow that will start April 19, 2010 in Munich, Germany.

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