Crane Concept BV receives first Demag AC 45 City in the Netherlands

Demag Ac 45 City Crane Concept Bv

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Crane Concept BV is now the first crane service provider in the Netherlands to have put a Demag® AC 45 City into operation.

And all while managing to couple that with another first: “We delivered the first full-equipment Demag AC 45 City in the world to ever have a second winch and runner to Crane Concept,” reports Tadano Demag Netherlands Sales Manager Marc Dirkse, who handed the crane over to the customer.

The people at Crane Concept BV are particularly thrilled with the IC-1 Plus control system on the Demag AC 45 City: “The thing that really sold us on this crane was the fact that the IC-1 Plus provides it with the necessary flexibility to work with any outrigger configuration. And that means that it’s also the perfect unit for tough jobs where space is really tight,” General Manager Theo de Boer explained during the handover before declaring himself an avowed Demag fan: “As far as I’m concerned, there’s no other brand with that level of quality and trailblazing innovation, and the new Demag AC 45 City is proof of that.”

Source: Demag Cranes

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