The German crane sales and rental company Abrams Krane has bought its 200th Terex / Comedil tower crane with the delivery of a 4.4-ton CSE 32 self-erector.
The Abrams team at the handover
It is the first in a new line of Terex self erecting tower cranes. It has a 32 meter boom with a boom tip capacity of 1,150 kg. It can handle its maximum capacity with a radius of just over 10 meters and a hook height of 19.7 meters. The maximum hook height is 15 meters with a radius of 31 meters, with the boom arched 15 degrees above the horizontal.
The handover (LR) Jörg Körtgen and Marco Gentilini from Terex with Sergej and Tatjana Abrams
The family-run company Abrams Krane is based in Warendorf, halfway between Münster and Bielefeld in North Rhine-Westphalia. It was founded in 2001 and offers both self-erecting and flat tower cranes from Terex and Cattaneo for sale or rental with around 30 employees. In addition to the crane business, the company also operates a scaffolding division – Abrams Scaffolding.
Sergei and Tatjana Abrams with the plaque commemorating the 200th Terex tower crane
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