10 towers for the Netherlands

Dutch tower crane rental and sales company, Stravers Torenkranen (STK) has taken delivery of 10 Terex CTT flat top tower cranes, some of the first in the Netherlands.

The order consists of five six tonne CTT 152-6’s, two 10 tonne CTT 202-10’s, and three 20 tonne CTT 472-20’s.

The five CTT 152-6 models offer jib lengths from 25 to 60 metres, with a choice of tower, and base/foundation configurations, offering free standing tower heights of up to 61.2 metres. Jib tip capacity on the 60 metre jib is 1.91 tonnes. The maximum capacity of six tonnes can be handled at up to 20 metres radius on a 60 metre jib.
(L-R) Matthieu de Sevaux of STK with Paolo di Giambattista of Terex and Berry Stravers of STK

The three CTT 472-20’s can handle four tonnes at their maximum jib length of 80 metres and offer 11 different jib configurations from 30 to 80 metres, whilst the two CTT 202-10’s have a maximum capacity of 10 tonnes and a maximum jib length of 65 metres, at which they can handle 2.3 tonnes.

Matthieu de Sevaux of STK said: "Our latest investment in Terex Tower Cranes, notably the CTT 152-6 series marks our commitment to staying at the forefront of industrial advancements. With powerful winch options providing exceptional lifting capabilities, flexible jib configurations, and compliance with the highest safety standards, these cranes exemplify reliability and efficiency.”

“T-Link also offers the capability to remotely monitor the crane and support the crane operator in all their needs. STK is also pleased with the growing presence of Terex Tower Cranes in the market, facilitated by a well-structured distribution network. This means customers have access to local service and support, contributing to the residual value of their cranes."
Making the deal official

Paolo Di Giambattista, Terex sales manager added: "We are delighted with the outcome of this significant sales milestone and the strengthened business relationship it fosters with STK, one of our most committed distributors. By offering the latest, most advanced products and maintaining a professional customer service, STK aims to solidify its position as a market leader."

Terex Sales director, Lee Maynard said: "This is an exceptional order in terms of the number of units. It is also satisfying to see that part of this order is made up of five CTT 152-6 models. These will be the first of these units delivered to the Netherlands and I am sure they will keep STK at the forefront of delivering the latest and industry leading cranes to their clients."

Established in the 1987, Stravers Torenkranen run a fleet of 130 cranes but began as a maintenance and repair company for construction machinery. The business grew and developed into a tower crane rental and sales operation and has been the official Terex Comedil distributor for the Netherlands since 2003.