Scania to power Terex explorers

Engine supply agreement for new ACs

Scania has announced an agreement to supply 6-cylinder engines to Terex Cranes’ newly developed Explorer 5600 and 5800 all terrain cranes. 

The engines have been adapted according to Terex Cranes’ requirements and will be delivered in Tier 4F and Stage IIIA emission level versions.

The Explorer range features a number of new features for users, and were developed partly as response to new emission requirements in Europe and other markets. They are powered by a single engine, a strategy designed to reduce the total cost of ownership and improve reliability.

“When it comes to product development and components, Terex Cranes makes decisions based on how these will impact customers’ profits and results,” says Francois Truffier, Group VP, product and commercial strategy, Terex Cranes.

“Scania engines offer excellent performance with low cost of ownership that suit our new cranes’ single-engine concept. Terex Cranes and Scania have worked in close cooperation and the result is a high-performing crane with excellent operating economy.”

Other important parameters for Terex Cranes when choosing engines from Scania were serviceability, compactness of the installation and a global service network.

Scania now supplies engines to four out of five Terex Corporation business segments.

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