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First Terex® superlift 3800 crawler crane delivered

OLDENBURG, GERMANY, March 28th, 2013 – German lifting and transport specialist Ulferts & Wittrock took delivery of the first Terex® Superlift 3800 Crawler Crane. Five months after its official launch, Ulferts & Wittrock received the crawler crane with a 153 m (502 ft) main boom and a 12 m (39 ft) light fixed jib (LF) in combination with a Vario-superlift system with counterweight tray.

“We believe in investing in the latest technology to maintain our leadership position in the lifting business. When we heard about the Superlift 3800, we were impressed and we are convinced it’s the new benchmark in this class,” says Klaus Wittrock, Co-owner. “We perform jobs all over Europe, so its outstanding transportability and efficient use of counterweight is a huge plus for us.” Successor to the highly successful Terex CC2800, the Superlift 3800 is a completely new crane that has been designed from the start with the objective of increasing the return on investment for customers.

“We own a Terex TC2800-1 Lattice Truck Crane and a CC2800-1 Crawler Crane and we are very satisfied with their performance. When it comes to the Superlift 3800, we are actually positively surprised by what this crane is capable of.” states Hermann Ulferts, Co-owner and CEO. “We will be erecting wind turbines with this crane, and the fact that a crane of this class can erect 150 m (492 ft) wind turbines is a remarkable achievement,” Hermann adds.

Ulferts & Wittrock erected the Superlift 3800 in purchased configuration in their yard, and crane operators Albert Schroer and Heiko Ramke got the chance to be the first operators to experience the new crawler cabin design and use this crane. “I love the huge cabin and layout, the visibility and comfort is outstanding” says Albert. And his colleague Heiko adds: “I am impressed how easy it is to operate, and I am honored to be one of the first crane operators using this machine.”

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Ulferts & Witrock: Mr Heese, Procurement Manager, Marcus Ulfert Operations Manager, Klaus Wittrock, Co-Owner, Hermann Ulferts, Co-Owner, Andreas Schreamm, Sales Manager, Terex Cranes

About The Terex® Superlift 3800 Crawler Crane

The 650 tonne (716 US t)Terex® Superlift 3800 Lattice Boom Crawler Crane features a maximum load moment of 8.426 meter tonnes and is designed to provide its owners maximum return of investment. Every single component is designed for worldwide transportation and to reduce erection times and the need for additional equipment. A wide array of safety features, including the award winning Terex fall protection system, come standard. The Superlift 3800 can be delivered with an integrated wind kit in a universal main boom system: the crane is capable to erect wind turbines of 117 meters (384 ft) without using the available superlift boom configuration. Also, an assist crane is not required to help erect the main boom in this configuration. The Superlift 3800 is the first Terex crawler crane to feature the new cabin design. Providing operators with an excellent working environment, it was developed with extensive feedback gathered from customer workshops, leading industrial stylists and experts in ergonomics. The Superlift 3800 conforms to both, the European norm EN 13000 and the US standard ASME B30.5. It can lift a maximum load of 650 tonnes (716 US t) at a radius of 5 to 12 meters (16 to 39 ft).

 

About Ulferts & Wittrock

Headquartered in Oldenburg, Germany and with locations in Brake, Hamburg, Wilhelmshaven and Schwerin, Ulferts & Wittrock was founded in 1989 to supply logistic solutions for the heavy industry. Ulferts & Wittrock started with five mobile cranes and it quickly grew to become a leader in lifting solutions. Currently, it boasts a modern fleet of mobile cranes from 30 to 800 tonnes (33 to 882 US t) capacity and crawler cranes of 130 to 650 tonnes (143 to 716 US t) capacity. Through cooperation with its network partners and branches, Ulferts & Wittrock can rely on a fleet of over 120 cranes and 40 heavy special transport vehicles.

 

 

About Terex

Terex Corporation is a diversified global manufacturer of a broad range of equipment that is focused on delivering reliable, customer-driven solutions for many applications, including the construction, infrastructure, quarrying, mining, shipping, transportation, refining, energy, utility and manufacturing industries. Terex reports in five business segments: Aerial Work Platforms; Construction; Cranes; Material Handling & Port Solutions; and Materials Processing. Terex offers financial products and services to assist in the acquisition of equipment through Terex Financial Services. More information can be found at www.terex.com

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