Terex in the pink for breast cancer at Phoenix

02 September 2012

Crane operator Jessica Ives with the pink Terex T 340-1

Crane operator Jessica Ives with the pink Terex T 340-1

Phoenix Crane Rental of Mableton, Georgia, in the USA has painted its Terex T 340-1 truck crane pink as part of the company's sponsorship of the National Breast Cancer Foundation (NBCF). The family-owned crane rental firm will also be donating a portion of the revenues generated by its pink, 36 tonne capacity truck crane to help the NBCF.

"Terex Cranes is honoured that Phoenix chose to use one of our truck cranes for this life-saving cause. With its unique paint job, it will be highly visible on the streets of Atlanta for many years - bringing continuous awareness to a wonderful cause," said Wendy Knowles, product sales specialist at Terex Cranes.

Atlanta-based Phoenix Crane Rental operates branches in Athens, Gainesville, Augusta, Elberton and Macon, and has a fleet of more than 70 cranes, ranging from 11 tonne boom trucks to 250 tonne hydraulic truck cranes.

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