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Terex Releases a Digital Crane App

Last week Terex Cranes introduced Cranes Expert, the lifting industry’s first electronic application designed specifically for crane companies. This app delivers available equipment information in ways not possible with printed literature by giving customers unprecedented Read More

December 15th, 2014 | Tags: , , ,

Manitowoc Posts Good, Terex Mixed Q3 Results

Third-quarter 2013 net sales in Manitowoc’s crane segment were US$ 612.6 million, up 10.4 % from $555.1 million in the third quarter of 2012. Primary drivers were continued growth in the Americas and in crawler Read More


Heavy Lifting – A Neat Transition

Scheuerle provided a mix of transport solutions to Ambau in Cuxhaven for the delivery of offshore wind turbine transition pieces. Ambau manufactures steel towers and foundation structures at Cuxhaven, at the mouth of the River Read More


Terex’s New Superlift 3800 Has Big Shoes to Fill

Terex Cranes announces the launch of the Superlift 3800 lattice boom crawler crane. As the successor to the Terex® CC 2800-1, it has big shoes to fill. When the CC 2800-1 was launched, it established Read More


Terex to Unveil CC2800-1 Successor in October

Terex will unveil the long rumoured and long awaited successor to its incredibly successful 660-ton CC2800-1 crawler crane on October 8th and 9th. We originally predicted this new model back in September 2010 (see Cranes Read More


Terex Cranes See an Increase in Sales

Net sales at Terex Cranes for the second quarter of 2012 increased 4.3% to US$ 484.2 million compared with the second quarter of 2011. Taking into account the translation effect of currency exchange rates, that Read More


Terex Cranes Strengthens Latin American Presence

Terex Cranes is making moves to strengthen its presence in Latin America through dedicated sales, service, replacement part support, and local manufacturing. “Our strengthened structure of the crane segment in the region will help us better Read More


Terex Crawler Lifts Space Shuttle Discovery Into History

Space Shuttle Discovery, the most traveled shuttle in NASA’s fleet, ended its voyage at Washington Dulles International Airport this spring after more than 150 million miles of airtime. Its final flight took place April 17, Read More


Terex Cranes’ Annual Revenue Picks Up

Terex Cranes has released its numbers for 2011 which show a return to growth and profitability with full year revenues sales up 12 percent to just under $2 billion.  At the same time the company Read More


Terex Reach Stackers For Brazil

Terex Cranes has delivered two specially tailored TFC 46M HC reach stackers for a cargo-handling operation in the Port of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The units have been purchased by MultiRio Operaçoes Portuarias – one of Read More


Terex Cranes introduces QR codes in communications

Terex Cranes has begun integrating the use of Quick Response codes (QR codes) into its latest printed communication to customers and distributors. Introduced in 1994 for the tracking of parts in the automobile industry, the QR Read More


LLEAP Awards Announced

The USA based Leadership in Lifting Equipment and Access Platforms (LLEAP) awards, for innovative products introduced between April 1, 2010, and March 31, 2011 have been presented by Lift and Access magazine, in advance of Read More


New head of global sales for Terex Cranes

  Terex Cranes has promoted Frank Bardonaro to the newly created position of vice president and managing director global sales. The new role is based in Europe and Bardonaro is therefore planning to relocate in Read More

October 18th, 2011 | Tags: , ,

Terex to Display New Crossover Boom Truck Model at ICUEE

Terex Cranes, Zwiebrucken, Germany, will show two boom truck cranes at the International Construction and Utility Equipment Exposition 2011 (ICUEE), October 4-6, at the Kentucky Exhibition Center, Louisville, Ky. Terex will unveil the new Crossover 4500, a Read More


Terex confirms Wilmington closure

Terex Cranes has confirmed that it will end crane production at its Wilmington, North Carolina, facility by the end of the year. 60 shop floor jobs will go along with a further 30 administrative posts. Read More