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Terramac Introduces Two Innovative Products for Enhanced Utility Efficiency

Sugar Grove, IL – Terramac, a leading manufacturer of high-quality rubber track crawler carriers, is excited to share their latest utility equipment solutions. Its flagship model, the RT9, has been paired with a hook lift for ultimate versatility while the RT7U has been engineered specifically for an 80-foot aerial lift.

“At Terramac, we are dedicated to delivering new solutions that enable our customers to overcome job site challenges,” said Matt Slater, Vice President of Business Development at Terramac. “Utility crews sometimes are required to work in challenging terrain and often experience changing ground conditions due to weather. Regardless of the circumstance, we focus on designing our customized crawler carriers to keep crews working.”

Terramac RT7U with 80-foot Aerial

Terramac carriers are built to perform in off-road utility applications where wheeled vehicles tend to struggle. Tackling these challenging terrains is only half the battle. When onsite and the crew is performing a variety of tasks at a wide range of heights, maximum reach can significantly increase productivity by reducing the need for workers to use alternative equipment. The Terramac RT7U with Versalift VST-7500 featuring an 80-foot working height allows crews to tackle just about anything on the distribution right-of-way. Of course, safety is always top of mind and anytime crew members can minimize the need for climbing, that method is most desirable.

Terramac RT9 with Hook Lift

When job sites require a wide variety of support equipment, multiple challenges can present themselves. From crew shortages to remote locations where forklifts and other in-shop luxuries are not available for equipment swaps, the utility leaders are forced to find alternatives. With the Terramac RT9 and Stellar hook lift featuring a 20,000-lb capacity both problems are solved. No external assistance is required. The operator simply drops the hook, releases the equipment, grabs the new equipment, puts it on and away they go. This flexibility enables seamless transitions between tasks, maximizing uptime and streamlining operations. All operations can be performed from within the cab, prioritizing safety and ensuring optimal working conditions.

Tradeshow Display

In June, the RT7U with 80-foot aerial will be on display in Williamsburg, VA at the Electric Utility Fleet Managers Conference (EUFMC). Attendees will be able to see the unit on display and ask questions for the duration of the show, as well as, observe it in the tradeshow’s drive-thru event.

“We’ve had our eye on EUFMC for some time and are excited to showcase Terramac equipment, have boots on the ground, and connect with all the attendees this year,” says Slater.

About Terramac

Terramac, based in Sugar Grove, IL, was established to produce the world’s leading crawler carriers. Units are sold through a full dealer network which offers customers easy-to-locate parts and service throughout the world. The units can be customized with support equipment to serve many industries such as pipeline, utility, mining, environmental, general construction and more. To learn more, please visit or call 630-365-4800.


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With an 80-foot working height on the aerial bucket, the Terramac RT7U with VST-7500 brings improved safety and efficiency to utility crews.

The Terramac RT9 paired with a 20,000-lb capacity hook lift provides the ultimate performance in both productivity and safety.


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Terramac Introduces Two Innovative Products for Enhanced Utility Efficiency

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