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DEMAG

DEMAG Cranes AG is one of the leading suppliers of of harbour and crane technology, and since 2011 it has been part of the TEREX Corporation. This international company sells their products under the brands GOTTWALD and DEMAG.

DEMAG TEREX History

The history of DEMAG Cranes began in the year 1819 when the mechanical workshop Harkort & Co was founded in Wetter (Ruhr). 21 years later, the first overhead travelling crane was produced. Since then the company has specialised in producing cranes and components for cranes. In 1910, the product range was expanded to include electric lifting devices. In the same year, the mechanical workshop in Harkort was added to DEMAG (“Deutsche Maschinenbau-Aktiengesellschaft”). In 1973, MANNESMANN took over DEMAG, and in 2006 TEREX Material Handling & Port Solutions AG took over. Five years later, the majority of the corporation belonged to the Terex Group. Today, the company under the brand name TEREX DEMAG has production facilities in 16 countries and is one of the leading suppliers of crane and harbour technology. The company has a worldwide sales and service network through its representative and subsidiary companies.

Individual Branches

DEMAG Cranes offers companies of all sizes innovative and sector specific solutions for logistics, drive mechanisms and material flow. They have a lot of requirements for safety, quality and capacity. For this reason, all their products are being constantly developed.

DEMAG Cranes - Portfolio

DEMAG product portfolio provides a comprehensive range of choice including:

Within these product categories there are not only complete solutions but also additional models and spare parts, which ensure functionality.

Service is Important

TEREX DEMAG offers numerous services, that span over the entire product's life from the commissioning phase to modifying the machines. Companies can chose from individual service packs or installation services.