Cramo's Theisen buys 32 Doosan excavators

01 August 2011

A selection of the 32 new Doosan wheeled and tracked excavators bought by Theisen in Germany.

A selection of the 32 new Doosan wheeled and tracked excavators bought by Theisen in Germany.

Cramo's German business, Theisen Baumaschinen, has bought 32 new wheeled and crawler excavators from Doosan Infracore Construction Equipment.

The order includes six 15 t DX140LCR reduced radius excavators, four 23.7 t DX235LCR reduced radius excavators, ten 17.7 t DX180LC crawler excavators, and twelve 14.3 t DX140W wheeled excavators.

Doosan said in a press release that the purchase would maintain the average age of the Theisen fleet to a "potentially record-breaking 2.5 years", and also expand its fleet in Germany and Austria.

Theisen has been purchasing products from Doosan Infracore CE - which includes the Doosan, Bobcat and Montabert brands - for two years and owns 50 Bobcat compact loaders (mostly S70 models), compact excavators and 160 Bobcat and Montabert demolition hammers.

Service and maintenance work on the machines is carried out by Doosan.

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