Coşkun Vinç to add two Demag AT cranes

02 December 2016

From left to right: Sedat and Servet Coskun, Steve Filipov and Kerim Basakinci

From left to right: Sedat and Servet Coskun, Steve Filipov and Kerim Basakinci

Istanbul, Turkey, crane rental service company, Coşkun Vinç will expand its fleet in 2017 with the addition of two all terrain cranes – a Demag AC 500-8 and an AC 220-5.

Coşkun Vinç owners Servet and Sedat Coşkun selected the two Demag models after consulting with newly reappointed Terex Cranes president Steve Filipov and with Kerim Basakinci, owner of DAS, Terex Crane’s Turkish distributor.

“We were pleased when Terex brought back the Demag brand earlier this year,” said Sedat Coşkun. “Demag products have been an important part of our success over the last 32 years, and we’re excited to have the opportunity to add two new Demag all terrain cranes to our fleet. We know they will perform well in the type of work we do for our customers, and the cranes’ IC-1 Plus Control System will be a huge benefit on high capacity lifts.”

“Manufacturing quality products that meet the everyday demands of the customer while delivering a high return-on-investment is a top priority,” added Steve Filipov.

“Our business partnership with Terex Cranes and DAS is important to us,” added Coşkun. “We have a long trustworthy relationship with their teams. They have helped us grow our business and are responsive to our needs.”

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