Terex sales at Bauma

By Christian Shelton16 April 2019

Crane manufacturer Terex Cranes reports good sales of Terex and Demag cranes following the Bauma construction sector trade show in Germany.

Select Plant Hire Ltd

Select Plant Hire

According to Terex Cranes, orders include nine tower cranes for UK construction equipment and services company Select Crane Hire. The order comprises: four CTT 202-10 flat-top tower cranes and five CTL 272-18 luffing jib tower cranes.

Proschwitz GmbH


Two CTT 202-10 flat tops were ordered by Germany-based crane sales and rental company Proschwitz.

Grúas Roxu

Grúas Roxu

Spanish lifting specialist Grúas Roxu ordered two Demag AC 45 City cranes.

Daru Unio Plusz Kft

Daru Unio Plusz Kft

And Hungarian lifting specialist Daru Unio Plusz Kft also ordered one Demag AC 45 City crane.

York Cranes

York Cranes

Indian crane company York Cranes bought a new AC 250-5 all terrain crane.

ESEASA Construcciones

Eseasa Construcciones

Mexican construction, maintenance and repair services company Eseasa Construcciones ordered a S7 Boom Kit for its Demag CC 2800-1 crawler crane. The S7 Boom Kit increases the capacity of the crane by adding stronger segments to the boom.

Groupe SIAD - bauma 2019

Groupe SIAD

Terex also reported Algerian Terex Cranes distributor ETS SIAD Automobiles (Groupe SIAD) signed an order for nine Terex rough terrain cranes, while Mobile Cranes Asia, a Terex Cranes distributor in Singapore, ordered a new Demag AC 350-6 all terrain crane.

Mobile Cranes Asia - bauma 2019

Mobile Cranes Asia

And finally, Chilean heavy load hoisting solutions provider Transportes y Grúas Vecchiola S.A. finalised an order for a Demag AC 350-6 all terrain crane through Terex Cranes distributor Trex Chile.

Transportes y Grúas Vecchiola S.A.

Transportes y Grúas Vecchiola S.A.


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