Terex rough terrain crane to Hungary

By Niamh Marriott24 March 2023

Hungarian-based Grin Bau has purchased a new Terex RT1045L rough terrain crane.

The compact crane can be used in confined spaces or even inside buildings (Photo: Terex)

The crane will be used for industrial and agricultural construction projects, as well as other professional works.

First project

One of the first jobs will require the crane to lift formwork for concrete during the construction of an acqueduct.

Grin Bau said constructing the acqueduct was made easier by the versatility of the crane.

Its 45 tonne capacity coupled with the main boom length of 37.4 metres made it ideal for lifting on such sites. 

The RT 1045L is a compact machine which aids work in confined spaces, or even inside buildings as it has a zoning system.

The crane also comes with Terex’s T-Link telematics software, which offers real time data and improved machine management.

Stephan Wjikmans, regional sales manager at Terex RT Cranes said, “Grin Bau purchased the RT 1045L due to the fact that our cranes can easily work in tight spaces and handle off-road job sites very easily. We have no doubt that with the world class design and manufacturing that went into our RT 1045L, Grin Bau has chosen the right crane”.

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