In order to make a footbridge that crosses the Ruhr in Olsberg flood-proof, Eslohe-based crane service provider Blüggel moved the bridge to a location that was 60 m higher on behalf of construction company Eickmann. To do so, Blüggel used its brand new Terex Explorer 5600 all terrain crane - the very first Explorer 5600 to be used by a German crane service provider. In order to make the lift as fast and cost-effective as possible for the customer, the Terex Explorer 5600 crane was fully equipped and driven in that configuration to the job site so that it would be ready to start working right away. Terex Cranes dispatched a service technician to the work site in order to assist the customer. Featuring an all-wheel steering, five-axle carrier with a length of 12.6 m and a width of 2.75 m, the Explorer 5600 crane is configured with a 10 x 8 x 10 drive configuration and a 68-m long, seven-section boom.