Terex Cranes Legacy Brands
Stands for: name of the company founder.
- Formerly a brand of crawler and rough terrain cranes.
- Based in Waverly, Iowa.
- Koehring brand cranes were sold worldwide.
Koehring Machine Co. founded in Milwaukee, Wisconsin (USA) by Phillip Koehring as a manufacturer of concrete mixing machines.
Company name is changed to Koehring Crane and Excavator Group to reflect new crane and excavator product line.
Koehring Corp acquires Thew-Lorain Company
AMCA International purchases Koehring Corp.
Northwest Engineering acquires Koehring Corp and its assets from AMCA.
Northwest Engineering acquires Terex changing name to “Terex”.
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Distinguished Historical Accomplishments
Koehring brings its first product to market, a steam-driven portable concrete mixer.
Koehring introduces to market a line of cranes which later evolves into Crawler Cranes and Rough Terrain Cranes.