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CraneWorks Orders More than 20 New Terex & Demag Cranes


August 6, 2018 - CraneWorks, Inc., Houston, Texas, is adding nearly two dozen new Terex and Demag cranes to its inventory in order to meet increasing customer demand. CraneWorks says this order is the company’s largest purchase of Terex and Demag cranes in its 16-year existence. 

CraneWorks will buy several Terex Crossover 8000 boom trucks and HC 120 crawler cranes, plus an array of Demag AC 100-4L, AC 160-5, AC 220-5, and AC 300-6 all-terrain cranes.  

The new additions are available for presale starting today with deliveries beginning January 2019. 

According to Keith Ayers, CEO of CraneWorks, the company’s success with Terex and Demag products is a direct result of a multi-year growth initiative. “We are proud to significantly expand our inventory with both manufacturers in 2019,” said Ayers. “We pride ourselves in providing our customers with the best solutions in the industry, so working alongside Terex and Demag speaks to our strength in these relationships. We look forward to what are sure to be productive years ahead – for CraneWorks, for Terex and Demag, and for our customers.” 

CraneWorks has undergone an impressive expansion over the past several years, and isn’t slowing down. The company now has more than 300 pieces of equipment from various manufacturers in its North American inventory, with another 150 units on order.

 

Founded in 2002 and headquartered in Houston, Texas, CraneWorks provides new and used equipment, manufacturer-backed and trained service, extensive parts inventories for all makes, and a modern rental fleet. It serves the energy sector, municipal and infrastructure construction, residential construction, foundations, precast, material handlingcommercial lighting and signage, governmental, and utilities.

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