Higher capacity for Vest Kran

04 March 2008

Pictured are Per Holm from Terex Scandinavia, Trond Emblem, Vest Kran CEO and Thomas Wolff represent

Pictured are Per Holm from Terex Scandinavia, Trond Emblem, Vest Kran CEO and Thomas Wolff representing Terex, closing the deal with a handshake

Vest Kran in Norway will further add to its heavy lift capability with a € 9 million (US$ 13.2 million) order for a pair of new large crawler cranes.

The Terex Demag CC 2400-1 and CC 2800-1 NT will be ready to join the fleet in October 2008 and in March 2009, respectively. Both cranes will be fully equipped with super lift and fly jibs.

The 400 and 600 tonne capacity lattice boom crawler cranes are part of Vest Kran's strategy to move more into heavy lifting and handle larger projects. Target applications are in the petrochemical industry, wind turbine erection and larger industrial projects.

The heavy lift telescopic mobile crane fleet at Vest Kran already includes six Terex Demag AC 200, one AC 350 and an AC 600. Vest Kran also already has a 1,000 tonne capacity Terex Demag AC 1000/9 on order.

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