New Demag for Jagulak

28 July 2017

French lifting, handling, and transportation company Jagulak Sens Levage has bought a Terex Demag AC 250-5 all terrain crane. According to Eric and Franck Jagulak, the company’s managers, “To respond to our customers’ requests and to ensure our growth, we looked for a new crane in the 250-tonne capacity class with up-to-date technology. We also sought a good combination of lifting capacity and profitability. We therefore chose a Demag crane, the AC 250-5.”

New Demag for Jagulak

From left to right: Jean-Christophe Accio, sales manager, Terex Cranes; François Legent, crane operator, Jagulak Levage; Jacques Jespère, after-sales service technician, Terex Cranes

In order to be able to cover more construction sites, Terex said Jagulak chose to add the 21 metre double folding jib, which attaches to the 70 metre main boom for a total system length of 91 metres.

Jean-Christophe Accio, sales manager in France for Terex Cranes, added, “Jagulak has been a long-time customer that we are very proud to serve. Thanks to the crane’s capacity and IC-1 Plus control system, Jagulak can get into tight work areas as well as cover those construction sites that might need a crane with a higher capacity.”

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