Rothmund gets three Terex ATs

By Laura Hatton19 September 2013

From left to right: Michael Zieger (Terex Cranes sales represntative); Heiko Brückner (Rothmund gene

From left to right: Michael Zieger (Terex Cranes sales represntative); Heiko Brückner (Rothmund general manager), Achim Teufel (crane driver) and Peter Klumpp

Crane rental company Rothmund, based in Pforzheim, Germnay, has taken delivery of a three Terex all terrain cranes to add to its rental fleet.

The order includes a 5-axle Terex AC 100, a 140 tonne capacity AC 140 Compact and a 6-axle AC 250-1 all terrain crane.

Heiko Brückner, general manager at Rothmund, said, “For nine years we have had a Terex AC 100 all terrain crane and we have been pleased with its performance. We decided on the AC 250-1 because of its performance and its massive 80 metre telescopic boom. The AC 140 Compact factor was, as the name says, the compactness for a crane of this class.”

The cranes were handed over at Terex in Zweibrücken to Heiko Brückner. Crane expert Peter Klumpp and crane driver Achim Teufel also attended the event.

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