Hovago orders nine Terex ATs

28 April 2011

From left: Steve Filipov, president developing markets and strategic accounts, Terex; Marcel Riemsla

From left: Steve Filipov, president developing markets and strategic accounts, Terex; Marcel Riemslag, sales manager, Hovago; Thomas Hartmann, director sales, Terex Cranes after signing the deal for n

Netherlands-based Hovago has ordered nine all terrains from Terex Cranes.

The contract inlcudes the following models: AC 50-1, AC 100, AC 200-1 and AC 350/6. Most of them are destined for projects in Europe and South America, said the company.

Headquartered in the Netherlands as part of ProDelta group, Hovago sells and rents cranes worldwide, and has bought 29 cranes from Terex over the last four years. According to Hovago, this latest order for nine Terex all terrains is a result of increased international demand, and the need to maintain its fleet.

"In addition to expert support and training, our clients have grown to expect rapid delivery. Our international re-rent programme - bare rental to crane rental companies - is becoming increasingly popular due to the extra need of finance capacity with the crane rental companies," said Doron Livnat, founder of Hovago.

"The short delivery schedule of our new order is tight and extremely important for our customers. We have a long and successful experience of working with Terex Cranes, and know that we can count on their team to support our business with the quality machines we need, on time as usual," added Livnat.

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