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Terex Sells Boom Truck Business (22-05-2019)
Terex Corp has sold its boom truck, truck crane and crossover product lines to Load King, a subsidiary of Custom Truck One Source L.P. Included in the transaction are the assets and parts business associated with these products.
“This transaction completes one of the portfolio actions we announced in February,” said John Garrison, Terex president, chairman and chief executive officer.
“We continue to implement our Focus, Simplify and Execute to Win strategy. By focusing on businesses where we have a strong market position, we can efficiently concentrate our improvement efforts to maximise value for our customers, team members and shareholders.”
Fred Ross, chief executive officer of Custom Truck One Source said, “I am delighted to announce this acquisition and its launch of boom truck, crossover and truck crane product lines under Load King’s brand. This is an important acquisition that expands our broad specialized truck and heavy equipment solutions offering.”
Load King, headquartered in Kasas City, Missouri, manufacturers transport trailers, dump trucks, service vehicles and water trucks.
“We will fulfill global demand for rough terrain cranes from our Crespellano, Italy facility, including the popular RT 100US and for tower cranes from our Fontanafredda, Italy facility,” said Garrison.
”Customers can be assured that we will continue to sell parts and provide support to rough terrain, tower crane and other legacy crane products. We are investing in parts inventory and improving our operations to better serve these important customers.”
An incident involving a tower crane in Yavne, Israel, on Sunday 19 May resulted in four deaths, according to local news reports.
Photos show the saddle jib crane being dismantled using a large wheeled mobile telescopic crane. The tower crane had finished work helping to construct a low rise building on a development in an industrial area. In one photo a worker is shown suspended in the air below deformed steelwork at the rear of the slewing platform where the missing counter jib had been mounted.
The Times of Israel reported that the victims were on the crane when its counter jib, including the concrete counter weight slabs, fell to the ground.
To help prevent recurrence of such incidents ICST will report relevant news updates and lessons learned as and when they become available.
An 18,000 tonne capacity super heavy lift crane concept has been announced by Mammoet.
The Netherlands-based international heavy lift and transport specialist has combined elements from its existing MSG and PTC series cranes in the design of the new MSG1000. MSG stands for Mammoet Sliding Gantry.
Commenting on the new concept Jacques Stoof, Mammoet global director market development and innovation, said, “…we see from developments in, for example, modular construction, there is a growing need for cranes with significantly more lifting capacity than the market has seen thus far. While we have left the basic concept of the PTC intact, we have enhanced its capacity. Among other features, a double boom and strand jacks in combination with winches-based hoisting significantly increases its capacity – up to 18,000 metric tonnes.”
The MSG and PTC cranes combine capacity up to 5,000 tonnes with a reach of up to 256 metres on the main boom and jib. Mammoet operates ten PTCs worldwide. The company said it will discuss the concept with its customers to help determine how it can meet market needs.
Mammoet showing how its MSG1000 would be used to install entire large modules