Integrated Logistics buys Demag ATs

By Christian Shelton23 February 2018

Middle Eastern logistics provider Integrated Logistics Company (ILC) has ordered two Demag AC 300-6 all terrain cranes from Terex Cranes. ILC plans to put the cranes to work at several jobsites throughout the Gulf region.

Ilc 2x demag ac 300 6

From left to right: Armin Depser (service technician world, Terex Cranes), Hartwig Bock (service technician world, Terex Cranes), Benjamin Bernhardt (service manager aftermarket, Terex Cranes), Jürgen Schröder (project leader Demag AC 300-6, Terex Cranes), Saleh S. Al Huwaidi (CEO, ILC), Manoj Kumar (general manager, ILC)

The new six-axle AC 300-6 all-terrain crane lifts 300 tonnes and has an 80 metre main boom. Terex claimed the six-axle all terrain crane offers lower operational and transporting costs than similar models in its class.

Salah Al Huwaidi, Integrated Logistics Company CEO, said, “After much consideration we selected the brand new Demag AC 300-6 because it combines long reach with a strong load chart to give us the perfect fit for efficient work at height or on reach, and it offers interchangeable components.”


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