Steil buys Demag AC 1000-9

By Christian Shelton25 August 2017

German crane and heavy haulage company Steil Kranarbeiten has ordered a Demag AC 1000-9 all terrain crane. It will be delivered in October 2017.

Steil buys Demag AC 1000-9

From left to right: Klaus Beulker (senior director operations, Terex Cranes), Karl Trippel (technical director, Steil Kranarbeiten), Birgit Steil (managing director, Steil Kranarbeiten), Steve Filipov (president, Terex Cranes)

According to the crane’s manufacturer, Terex, the 1,200-tonne capacity Demag AC 1000-9 is the world’s largest easy-rigging mobile crane that can be driven on the road with its 50m main boom attached. However, Steil has specified the 100-metre main boom to enable it to take on an even wider scope of work. “The AC 1000-9 is powerful and compact, which makes it very versatile. And the optional 100-metre main boom allows us to realise challenging job sites, like high-rise wind turbine erection,” explained Birgit Steil, managing director at Steil Kranarbeiten. “Moreover, we know that we can rely on the Demag service support – they always have a solution ready for us. This was a very important point when we took our decision.”

Steve Filipov, president of Terex Cranes, added, “Steil Kranarbeiten has been a valued customer for many years, if not decades. We are proud to serve them and to witness that Demag and quality are synonyms for our customers.”

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