Cropac Equipment adds 7 Terex boom trucks to its fleet

Terex boom trucks

Cropac Equipment is adding seven new Terex Crossover 8000 boom truck cranes to its inventory.

As a top performing Terex Cranes distributor, Cropac has received significant interest from customers for boom trucks. The Terex Crossover 8000 model is the preferred unit for many of those contractors.

The new boom truck cranes will be available at Cropac’s locations in Ontario, Québec and Alberta.

“There has been a lot of positive momentum for the crane market over the last year,” explained Bill Finkle, president of Cropac. “We’ve seen higher demands across the board for the Terex cranes we carry. Our customers love the build quality, power and performance of the Crossover 8000, which is why we’ve placed this order.”

The Terex Crossover 8000 boom truck crane features a 38.4 metre fully synchronous telescopic boom, a 57.9 metre maximum tip height and has a 72.4 tonne maximum lifting capacity.

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The unit’s fully proportional controls allow the operator to define boundaries for boom rotation, lift and lower to ensure all crane movements are precise.

The boom truck’s X-pattern outriggers are designed to offer maximum stability while still providing a small footprint, so the crane can be set up in tight areas.

As well, the boom truck’s upper cab features a removable front windshield, a six-way adjustable seat with armrest dual-axis electro-proportional joysticks and hydraulic cab tilt. Furthermore, the upper cab is equipped with hand controls for engine rpm, joysticks for control of hoists, swing and boom elevation and hydraulically powered air conditioning and heater.

Cropac Equipment was founder in 1977 and has locations in Ontario, Québec, and Alberta.  The company’s headquarters is located in Oakville, Ontario.

The company sells hydraulic truck cranes, all-terrain cranes, rough-terrain cranes, crawler cranes and boom trucks.

Furthermore, the company deals in transportation, forestry, steel processing, rigging, heavy material movement and marina storage.