Bigge Crane & Rigging, a United States crane rental company and Terex authorized distributor signed an order last week for 12 Terex RT 90 rough terrain cranes at Bauma. As an integral part of the product development process, Bigge has provided input through early customer interviews and feedback on design concepts.

“Being involved in the process, we see the potential for this crane to be a solid workhorse addition to our fleet,” said Brian Noga, Bigge sales manager.

The cranes will be added to Bigge’s already extensive rental fleet and put to work throughout the United States. Bigge has been in business for 100 years and has now purchased more than 500 Terex cranes.

The new Terex RT 90 rough terrain crane, features an enhanced control system with integrated diagnostics, a redesigned cab with an 18-degree tilt and an easy access flat deck for improved visibility. The five section, full hydraulic boom of the RT 90 stretches 154 feet for long-reach applications, and the unit’s multi-stage outriggers are designed for a variety of outrigger positions. Transporting and operating costs are reduced because of the RT 90’s narrow width of 9.8 feet and central lubrication system.