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An upcoming industrial auction of heavy industrial equipment used in wind farm construction will include a 2008 Terex Demag AC700 all-terrain crane with a lifting capacity of 700 tons.

According to Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers, the event's organizers, more than 1,360 heavy equipment items will be featured, including 25 mobile cranes. The Terex machine is the largest all-terrain crane ever sold at a Ritchie Bros. auction.

The items at the two-day event, held in Spain on June 6-7, will be sold unreserved to the highest bidders without minimum bids or reserve prices. For more information, click here.


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