Bietigheim-Bissingen-based crane service provider Wiesbauer GmbH already has a Demag® AC 500-8 and an AC 700-9 all terrain crane hard at work, but is now adding a Demag AC 300-6 all terrain crane to its fleet. “The reason we decided on the new AC 300-6 is that we consider it to be number one in its class – basically put, it can do everything a bit better than its competitors,” General Managers Thomas and Florian Wiesbauer agree. The two picked up the crane together with crane operators Jochen Valent, Uli Klemm, and Bernd Neubauer in Zweibrücken. The crane was handed over by Demag Sales Manager Michael Zieger.
Wiesbauer will be using its new Demag AC 300-6 crane primarily to erect and dismantle tower cranes at numerous work sites in the Stuttgart city area. After all, that’s where the crane can really play to a number of its design advantages. “These include not only the long 80-meter boom and large lifting capacities even when using an extension, but also the extremely compact carrier. The latter can be absolutely vital when it comes to projects in urban areas, where every centimeter counts,” Thomas Wiesbauer points out. With its innovative IC-1 Plus control system, the crane can also shine when used in tight spaces, as it can always take full advantage of the maximum available lifting capacities when using asymmetrical outrigger configurations. And with all this praise for the AC 300-6 crane, it comes as no surprise that Wiesbauer will be adding another Demag crane soon: With a Demag AC 130-5, the company will expand its crane fleet further this year.