From left to right: Marcel Kurth, Alexandra Kurth, Michael Zieger, and Matthias Müller and Gerd Götz

From left to right: Marcel Kurth, Alexandra Kurth, Michael Zieger, and Matthias Müller and Gerd Götz, who work as crane operators at Kurth

Crane service provider Autokrane Kurth, based in Blankenheim, Germany, has taken delivery of a Terex AC 100/4L all terrain crane.

The 100 tonne capacity model has a 60 metre main boom and can be fitted with boom extension. It has a carrier width of 2.55 m.

Marcel Kurth, Autokrane Kurth general manager, said, “The Terex AC 100/4L is not only the narrowest and most compact four-axle unit on the market, but it’s also tremendously versatile and flexible. That means we can use it to cover an enormously wide range of projects for our customers in the industrial and trades sectors – it’s our all-rounder.”

The new machine was handed over at the factory in Zweibrücken, Germany, by Michael Zieger, Terex Cranes sales manager.

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