Terex Cranes impressed with Corleonis orders

By Leila Steed31 May 2019

Corleonis web

From left to right: Marco Gentilini (Vice President & General Manager Tower Cranes, Terex Cranes), John Garrison (CEO, Terex Corporation), Steve Filipov (President, Terex Cranes), Arkadiusz Ertel (CEO, Corleonis), Jacek Obrębski (Commercial Director, Corleonis) and Bartosz Irzyniec (Sales Manager, Terex Cranes).

Corleonis, a crane rental, sales and service company based in Poland, has impressed manufacturer Terex Cranes with its orders.

Since it began its distributor relationship with Terex Cranes at the end of 2018, Corleonis has ordered 19 flat top tower cranes.

Among the crane models ordered were the CTT 91-5, CTT 132-6, CTT 162-8 and the CTT 561-32. Distributor Corleonis, which also rents hydraulic cranes and sells construction site elevators, also ordered a CTT 202-10 flat top tower.

The CTT 202-10 was officially presented by Terex at Bauma in Germany just six weeks ago.

Arkadiusz Ertel, owner of Corleonis, said, “We value Terex Cranes as a highly respectable and reliable business partner with an honest and sincere passion for tower cranes. Moreover, the high level of awareness and acceptance of the Terex brand in Poland made it easy for us to enter into this business relationship.”

Referring to its new distributor relationship with Corleonis, manufacturer Terex said that “from the point of view of both companies, could not have started better.”

Many of the cranes ordered by Corleonis have already been delivered, with the rest scheduled for delivery over the course of 2019.

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