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Aoki Juki expands fleet

Thursday, 12 Jul 2018 ( #880 ) - Tochigi, Japan
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Aoki Juki has expanded its fleet with a new Demag AC 700
Crane specialist Aoki Juki has expanded its fleet with a new Demag AC 700-9 all-terrain crane.

"We have been pleased with the quality and manoeuvrability of our Demag cranes, which is why we chose the Demag AC 700-9 model this time around," says Aoki Juki president Megumi Aoki. " And the fact that this unit is the most compact crane in the 700 T class was decisive."

Norbert Dudek, vice president and general manager Terex Cranes Asia, says: "Aoki focuses on railway-related projects which require operation under very tight time schedules to reduce disruption of train traffic. For this, Aoki has relied over the last 37 years on Demag cranes and is a trusted partner with Terex. I’m very excited to see Aoki’s success in growing their business with the addition of yet another AC 700-9 crane."

The crane’s main boom length of 60 m and main boom extension length of 96 m will provide ample lift height and reach, and its compact chassis design makes transporting and positioning quick and easy.

Established in 1966, Aoki Juki employs 80 people and specialises in laying railway tracks, constructing and dismantling bridges, as well as transporting and handling heavy goods. The company operates 18 Terex and Demag all-terrain crane models.
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