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First AC 55-3 for Mammoet in Germany

Wednesday, 12 Dec 2018 ( #902 ) - Zweibrücken, Germany
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Vitor da Costa and Alexander Morasch (Mammoet) take delivery of the new crane from Uwe Schlicher and Beatrix Bader (Terex Cranes).
Following the great results Mammoet has had with the Demag AC 55-3 all-terrain crane in the Netherlands, the company recently bought its first model to be used in Germany.

"The main reason why we chose the Demag AC 55-3 is its outstanding lifting capacity. In addition, the AC 55-3 is an extraordinarily robust and reliable crane, as our Dutch colleagues have confirmed," explains Vitor da Costa, a member of Mammoet’s Fleet Maintenance staff, who picked up the Demag AC 55-3 in Zweibrücken together with crane operator Alexander Morasch.

With the new Demag AC 55-3, Mammoet is expanding its extensive fleet of Terex and Demag cranes. "We have a large number of cranes from these two brands in every class, and every single project for which we’ve used them globally has been extremely successful, which is why we keep adding more," Vitor da Costa points out.

The new crane will be used at the BASF factory premises in Ludwigshafen.

Mammoet Deutschland GmbH is one of the leading providers of engineered heavy lifting and transport services in Germany. Its core competencies include lifting, transporting, installing, and decommissioning large and heavy structures in the petrochemical, offshore, power generation, and civil engineering industries as well as mobile crane rentals.
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