From left: Jim Strobush, regional sales manager for Terex Cranes, shakes on the deal with Jeremy Landry, project manager for Deep South Crane & Rigging.
Deep South Crane & Rigging of Baton Rouge, La., has acquired twolattice boom crawler crane models to its fleet of more than 200 pieces of lifting equipment. The new crane acquisitions include the 440-ton capacity class Terex CC 2400-1, and the 1,760-ton Terex CC 8800-1.
“The company sees some new market opportunities on the horizon that will require the high-lift capacities of the CC 8800-1 crane,” said Jim Strobush, regional sales manager for Terex Cranes.
“Now owning 10 crawler cranes over 600 tons, Deep South believes the CC 8800-1 will be a valuable addition to its growing fleet of high-capacity crawler cranes,” said Jeremy Landry, project manager for Deep South.
Deep South has branches in Lake Charles, La.; Houston and Beaumont, Texas; Valparaiso, Ind., and Bogota, Colombia.