NES Rentals buys 23 Terex rough terrains

By Katherine Weir06 June 2016

The 64 tonne RT 670 rough terrain crane from Terex will be joining the NES Rentals fleet in a 23 mod

The 64 tonne RT 670 rough terrain crane from Terex will be joining the NES Rentals fleet in a 23 model crane order

Chicago, USA-based NES Rentals has ordered 23 Terex rough terrain cranes for its rental fleet. The new models will have lifting capabilities ranging from 27 to 64 tonnes and will be distributed among multiple branches in 27 US states.

Andrew Studdert, NES Rentals chairman and CEO, said, “This agreement for new crane equipment allows us to refresh our rental fleet, so we can deliver to our customers. It also enables us to standardise on a single crane brand, Terex, which helps our team members to be more efficient and offers us streamlined service and support.”

The deal includes a mix of 27 tonne class RT 230s, 50 tonne capacity RT 555s and the 64 tonne RT 670.

Deliveries begin immediately and will continue over following weeks. Dave Kuhlman, Terex Cranes senior sales manager, major accounts team, said, “This was a team effort that included several Terex groups working with NES to supply the equipment the rental company needed to better support its customers. We appreciate NES’s trust in Terex crane equipment and its confidence in structuring the crane rental fleet around the Terex brand.”

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