Crespellano is a commune (municipality) in the Province of Bologna in the Italian region Emilia-Romagna, located about 15 km / 9miles west of Bologna. The Population of Crespellano is 9178.
In 1985 the first model of the "25 Beta" was presented. In 1997 the "25 Beta" became "A300" and is used in high-speed train construction sites. In 1995 the company became a part of Terex Corporation.
The team members work at this location on an area of 28,986 sp. meters / 312,000 sq. feet
To achieve maximum performance with minimum effort on the roughest terrains known to man – that is the mission of the specialists at work in Crespellano. The resulting rough terrain cranes, available either on wheels or on crawler tracks, are characterized by powerful performance and low maintenance costs, which makes them some of the most economical units in their class.
The crane plant in Crespellano has been building cranes since 1968, and the technology involved continues to be honed with every passing day. The objective improved cost-effectiveness, safety, and simple operation. The plant has become famous for its rough terrain cranes – first on the Italian market, then on a global scale. The reason is simple – in Europe, and in the rest of the world, nothing is as important as working with the most reliable equipment available.
Rough Terrain Cranes with a maximum lifting capacity of 30-60 t (metric) / 33-66 tons (US). Primary applications for rough terrain cranes include infrastructure, petrochemical, mining and non-residential construction
At this location we offer the following products for sales and services: All Terrain Cranes, Crawler Cranes and Rough Terrain Cranes.
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