Koehring Cranes

  • 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 Products

  • Rough terrain crane
  • Lattice boom crawler crane

 

Koehring

Historical Overview

1907
Koehring Machine Co. founded in Milwaukee, Wisconsin (USA) by Phillip Koehring as a manufacturer.

1921
Company name is changed to Koehring Company and introduces Crane and Excavator product line.

1967
Koehring Corp acquires Thew-Lorain Company.

1980
AMCA International purchases Koehring Company.

1987
Northwest Engineering acquires crane and excavator assets of Koehring Company.

1987
Northwest Engineering acquires Terex Corporation, and through merger, name is changed to Terex Corporation.

Distinguished Historical Accomplishments

1907
Koehring brings its first product to market, a steam-driven portable concrete mixer.

1921
Koehring introduces to market a line of cranes which later evolves into crawler cranes and rough terrain cranes.

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