Terex Cranes Names McClung-Logan Equipment Mid-Atlantic Distributor

Terex Cranes Names McClung-Logan Equipment Mid-Atlantic Distributor

Terex Cranes last week named McClung-Logan Equipment Co. as an authorized crane distributor for Maryland, Virginia, Delaware and the District of Columbia. McClung-Logan now provides local equipment sales, applications expertise, and service and parts support for a wide range of Terex Cranes models with lift capabilities ranging from 10 to 3,520 tons.

“Terex is proud to have McClung-Logan as a distributor in the Mid-Atlantic region,” said Frank Bardonaro, vice president and managing director for Terex Cranes. “The company has earned an outstanding reputation as a customer-focused organization. They will offer world-class product support and customer service for the Terex brand throughout the Mid-Atlantic region.”

The distribution agreement includes dozens of models from the Terex line of rough terrain, all terrain, lattice boom, boom truck and truck cranes. The equipment offering includes the Terex Roadmaster 9000, introduced at this year’s ConExpo trade show in Las Vegas. Configurable for road transport in all 50 states and offering highway mobility, the new Roadmaster 9000 delivers lift capabilities reaching 90 tons and a maximum system length of 242.8 feet.

“The addition of Terex Cranes greatly increases our equipment and product support offerings,” said Darrin Brown, president of McClung-Logan Equipment. “In turn, this will allow us to develop deeper partnerships with our customers and help them to be more successful.”

Serving highway and heavy equipment contractors for more than 70 years, the privately owned McClung-Logan has eight full-service locations throughout Maryland, Delaware and Virginia.

Terex Corp. is a diversified global manufacturer operating in four business segments: Terex Aerial Work Platforms, Terex Construction, Terex Cranes and Terex Materials Processing.

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