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Demag AC 700-9 for Japan

4. January 2018 | Comments (0)

Japanese crane rental company Aoki Juki has ordered a 700 tonne Demag AC 700-9 All Terrain crane.

The crane features a five section 60 metre main boom and can be rigged with a 96 metre luffing jib and Sideways Superlift attachment and up to 160 tonnes of counterweight with a maximum tip height of just under 150 metres. To meet Japanese regulations, Demag has modified the AC 700-9 into an eight axle chassis with quick removal and re-installation of the boom and superstructure. It will be the third AC 700-9 crane in the company's fleet.

Demag AC 700-9
Demag AC 700-9

Established in 1954, Aoki Juki employs 80 and specialises in laying railway tracks, constructing and dismantling bridges, as well as transporting and handling heavy loads. The company currently operates 18 Demag and Terex All Terrain cranes.
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