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Comedil Stands for: “Costruzione Macchine Edili” Manufacturer of Flat Top and Luffing Boom Tower Cranes with lifting capacities from 2 to 40 tons. Based in Fontanafredda (Pn), Italy. Terex Comedil products are sold worldwide. Historical Overview: 1962 Comedil is founded by Moritsch brothers in Ponte Nelle Alpi, Italy. 1986 Comedil moves to Fontanafredda (Pn), Italy. 1998 Comedil is acquired by Terex Corp. and becomes part of Terex Cranes. 2001 Comedil acquires “Ferro”, a manufacturer of Self-erecting cranes located in Cusano Milanino, Italy Product Past Current Flat Top Tower Crane x Hammerhead Tower Crane x Luffing Jib Tower Crane x Self Erecting Tower Crane x Distinguished Historical Accomplishments: 1962 First telescopic crane rotating at the top with 17 m jib “ISO75”. 1965 Development of the first hammer head Tower Crane “MCA” series with 20 to 30 m jib. 1968 First telescopic Self-erecting crane rotating at the top with 12 m boom "G" series. 1970 First "Gb" Self-erecting telescopic crane rotating at the bottom with 13m jib. 1975 First “MCB” series Hammer Head Tower Crane with 40 to 45 m jib. 1976 Development of Hammer Head Tower Crane “MCA” series. 1978 Development of “Gb” Self-erecting crane series rotating at the bottom with 16 to 25 m jib. 1988 First Luffing Boom Tower Crane CTL 202 with lifting capacity 16 tons. 1996 Design of a complete new range of Flat Top Tower Cranes including "City" and Big series models. 2001 First Big Luffing Boom Tower Crane CTL 630 with lifting capacity 32 tons. 2005 First Big Flat Top Tower Crane CTT 721 with lifting capacity 40 tons. 2006 Development of the new CTL medium series of Luffing Boom Tower cranes with lifting capacity 8 to 16 tons (CTL140 and CTL180). 2007 First Medium Flat Top Tower Crane CTT 231 with lifting capacity 10 tons. 2007 First Luffing Boom Tower Crane CTL 340 with mobile counterweight and lifting capacity 24 tons.
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