Terex RTs from Crowland

By Alex Dahm25 November 2019

Crowland Cranes takes on Terex RT distributorship for UK and Ireland

Crowland Cranes signs up as Terex RT distributor for UK and Ireland

Mobile crane specialist Crowland Cranes has been appointed as the distributor for Terex rough terrain cranes in the United Kingdom and Ireland.

The agreement took effect on 5 November where Crowland will handle all machine sales, parts and service support for the entire Terex RT range, said Peter Issitt, Crowland Cranes managing director.

Crowland has more than 40 years’ experience in the crane and lifting industry. It offers 24 hour service via its team of more than ten service technicians. In addition, there is office-based technical support and Crowland will invest in a holding of spare parts at its head office in Peterborough, central England. Crowland is also a Grove RT crane distributor via its Universal Cranes subsidiary.

Commenting on the appointment, Stephan Wijkmans, Terex Corporation regional sales manager, said, “We are delighted to have Crowland Cranes as our newly appointed distributor for Terex rough terrain cranes and I am convinced that the market will benefit from our new partnership. It’s clear we can combine our Terex product range, along with the expertise and knowledge of Crowland Cranes and with their experience of these very important markets. Crowland’s customer focused approach is first in class.”

Peter Issitt said, “This agreement now provides Crowland Cranes and our customers with a complete product portfolio of rough terrain cranes suitable for all Europe. We have already experienced some very good customer reactions and there’s clearly a great acceptance of the rough terrain product in the UK and Ireland. We believe by now offering the Terex portfolio of cranes, this acceptance will only improve and increase the awareness of this unique and very versatile product.”


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