Interkran buys Demag AC 300-6

By Christian Shelton18 March 2019

Swiss crane company Interkran has bought a new Demag AC 300-6 all terrain made by Terex Cranes. This follows the recent purchase of a Demag AC 100-4L all terrain. Interkran general manager Tony Teixeira commented, “The performance data for the two cranes definitely made a compelling case, so we just went ahead and ordered both of them.”

According to Terex, Teixeira was particularly impressed with the AC 300-6s load chart which can lift up to 15 tonnes with its 80 metre main boom fully extended. This makes particularly suitable for erecting tower cranes, among other applications, said Terex. In addition, Terex claims the crane offers the longest reach of its class on the market at 119.80 metres. This, it said, was a key factor in Teixeira’s purchase decision.

Demag AC 300-6 Interkran

Interkran’s Demag AC 300-6

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