Comedil

Terex Cranes Legacy Brands

  • Stands for: “Costruzione Macchine Edili”
  • Manufacturer of Flat Top and Luffing Boom Tower Cranes with lifting capacities from 2 to 40 tons.
  • Based in Fontanafredda (Pn), Italy.
  • Terex Comedil products are sold worldwide.

Historical Overview:

  • 1962

    Comedil is founded by Moritsch brothers in Ponte Nelle Alpi, Italy.

  • 1986

    Comedil moves to Fontanafredda (Pn), Italy.

  • 1998

    Comedil is acquired by Terex Corp. and becomes part of Terex Cranes.

  • 2001

    Comedil acquires “Ferro”, a manufacturer of Self-erecting cranes located in Cusano Milanino, Italy

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Comedil

Distinguished Historical Accomplishments:

  • 1962

    First telescopic crane rotating at the top with 17 m jib “ISO75”.

  • 1965

    Development of the first hammer head Tower Crane “MCA” series with 20 to 30 m jib.

  • 1968

    First telescopic Self-erecting crane rotating at the top with 12 m boom "G" series.

  • 1970

    First "Gb" Self-erecting telescopic crane rotating at the bottom with 13m jib.

  • 1975

    First “MCB” series Hammer Head Tower Crane with 40 to 45 m jib.

  • 1976

    Development of Hammer Head Tower Crane “MCA” series.

  • 1978

    Development of “Gb” Self-erecting crane series rotating at the bottom with 16 to 25 m jib.

  • 1988

    First Luffing Boom Tower Crane CTL 202 with lifting capacity 16 tons.

  • 1996

    Design of a complete new range of Flat Top Tower Cranes including "City" and Big series models.

  • 2001

    First Big Luffing Boom Tower Crane CTL 630 with lifting capacity 32 tons.

  • 2005

    First Big Flat Top Tower Crane CTT 721 with lifting capacity 40 tons.

  • 2006

    Development of the new CTL medium series of Luffing Boom Tower cranes with lifting capacity 8 to 16 tons (CTL140 and CTL180).

  • 2007

    First Medium Flat Top Tower Crane CTT 231 with lifting capacity 10 tons.

  • 2007

    First Luffing Boom Tower Crane CTL 340 with mobile counterweight and lifting capacity 24 tons.