Oklahoma City

Terex Cranes - United States of America


Terex Cranes Oklahoma City Operations

  • 9528 W I40 Service Road
  • Oklahoma City, OK 73128
  • Tel: 405 787 6020
  • Fax: 405 491 2290



  • Crawler cranes
  • Rough terrain cranes
  • Truck cranes
  • Boom trucks

Facility also produces products for Terex AWP (Genie brand), Terex MP and Terex MHPS.

Geographical location

Oklahoma City is the capital of the U.S. state of Oklahoma and ranks 27th among United States cities in population. The city itself has a population of over 600,000, while the Oklahoma City metropolitan area has an estimated population of over 1,350,000.


1964: CMI Corp. incorporated in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; goes public in 1968
1966 : CMI acquires Simplicity Systems & Industrial Boiler Co., Inc.’s asphalt plant business
1990’s: CMI Corporation acquires Johnson-Ross, Bartco (utility reclaimers & mills), Rex (landfill compactor & horizontal grinders) and Drion (Belgian-built concrete slipform paving equipment).
2001: CMI Corporation acquired by Terex Corporation
2012: Oklahoma City begins building booms for crawler crane production
2013: Set up and calibration of all crawler cranes


The team members work at this location on an area of 65,000 sq. meters / 700,000 sq. feet.



Crawler cranes
Reliable, cost-effective and easy to operate, Terex crawler cranes are the ideal choice for your heavier lifts. Offering a wide variety of lifting capacities from 72 t (80 US t) to 258 t (285 US t), Terex crawler cranes are easy to transport and quickly rigged.

Rough terrain cranes
Go off the road with confidence with Terex rough terrain cranes.
With excellent ground clearance and three-mode steering, positioning these cranes in even the most rugged terrain is not a problem.
Add to their flexibility, their durable construction and low cost of ownership, and you can see why Terex rough terrain cranes are an easy choice for day-in-and-day-out lifting.

Truck cranes
Combining highway mobility with heavy-lifting power, Terex truck cranes feature quick positioning and rigging so you can get right to work without losing a second.
Easy to operate. Easy to maintain. Terex truck cranes provide a cost effective way to do more work and reach new heights with your business.
The ergonomic cab offers a comfortable working environment that keeps the operator alert and productive from one job to the next.

Boom trucks
For lighter lifting, nothing beats the flexibility and reliability of Terex boom truck cranes.
Able to travel at highway speeds, Terex boom truck cranes let you get to the jobsite, get set up, and get to work fast.
No wonder you’ll often see them working multiple projects on multiple sites the very same day.
They’re the “go to” crane for your bread-and-butter jobs.