Leggat buys Demag all terrain

By Christian Shelton06 February 2019

Scottish crane hire company Leggat Plant has expanded its fleet with the purchase of a new Demag AC 100-4L all terrain crane from crane manufacturer Terex Cranes.

The four-axle, 100 tonne capacity crane has a 59.4 metre main boom and total system length of 81.7 metres, while the chassis is 2.55 metres wide.

Leggat Plant managing director Eddy Donaghy commented, “Our crane fleet is almost exclusively supplied by Terex Cranes. Terex and Demag cranes have proven to be reliable, versatile and deliver a high return-on-investment. We also receive wonderful support.”

Leggat Plant has already put the all terrain crane to work on several projects in the Glasgow area.

Demag AC 100-4L Leggat Plant Ltd(1)

Eddy Donaghy (managing director, Leggat Plant) and Lyle Sibbald (regional sales manager, Terex Cranes)

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