Terex city crane for Treffler

By Laura Hatton13 August 2015

Dirk Koslowski, manager of the Treffler branch office in Ingolstadt, took over the refurbished AC 40

Dirk Koslowski, manager of the Treffler branch office in Ingolstadt, took over the refurbished AC 40 City from Alexander Schneble, Manager Repair Shop in Bierbach

Mobile crane service provider Treffler Autokran and Schwertransport has taken delivery of a newly refurbished Terex AC40 City Crane.

The newly refurbished AC 40 City crane was picked up at the Terex Bierbach plant in Germany in July. It has a twelve-month manufacturer’s warranty on all replaced components.

Petra Treffler-Tomaschko, Treffler owner, said, “Together with our fleet managers Christoph Kleinert and Jürgen Kleinert, we went through a number of options that would allow us to continue to use the crane, and ultimately decided to go for full refurbishment.”

Dirk Koslowski, Treffler Ingolstadt branch office manager, said, “For the last 15 years, our AC 40 City crane has always come through for us when doing overhead crane installation and machine setup work. Its compact design and powerful telescoping system make it unbeatable when it comes to indoor projects, which is why we decided to arrange for Terex to fully refurbish it.”

“We’re more than happy with the work that Alexander Schnebel and his workshop team in Bierbach did,” Koslowski says. “From the advice we got in advance, to the way they carried out the work, to the final handover – everything was picture perfect.”

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