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  • Manitowoc to showcase latest Grove mobile cranes at GIS

    • Manitowoc will be showcasing the latest Grove mobile crane innovations at the eighth edition of the Italian lifting show GIS, taking place October 7-9 in Piacenza, Italy.
    • GIS is the biggest Italian event dedicated to the users of mobile cranes, aerial work platforms, telehandlers, forklift trucks, overhead travelling cranes, port and industrial handling equipment, and heavy transport – and is organized with the support of the main Italian associations.
    • Manitowoc is looking forward to meeting customers and partners again at this important Italian event and will implement measures for everyone’s health and safety.

  • Manitowoc launches class-leading Grove GHC110 telescoping crawler crane

    • The 110 USt-capacity telecrawler outperforms its closest competitors across all load charts.
    • The GHC110 offers 100% pick-and-carry capability across its standard 0.6°, 1.5° and 4° load charts, providing best-in-class lifting performance.
    • Its innovative undercarriage has three track spans for lifting in symmetrical and asymmetrical positions.

  • Five key points to know about the Grove GRT655 and GRT655L rough-terrain cranes

    • Since the launch of the Grove GRT655 and GRT655L rough-terrain cranes in 2017, they have proven a popular model on jobsites around the world because of their flexibility.
    • Manitowoc offers the 60 t rough-terrain crane with two boom versions for different applications: the GRT655 with 34.8 m boom for heavy duty applications and the GRT655L with 43 m long boom for those applications where reach is a must.
    • Here are just five reasons behind the success of these models

  • Manitowoc adds Potain MCT 135 to growing topless tower crane lineup in Asia range

    • Two options are available, with either a 6 t or 8 t maximum capacity
    • The MCT 135 meets growing customer demand for smaller topless cranes 
    • Its compact, versatile design enables operation in close proximity to other cranes.

  • Maxim Crane Works inks 51 Grove crane order to support its expansion strategy

    • The leading crane rental company in North America has purchased 51 Grove mobile cranes, a mix of high capacity rough-terrain cranes and five- and six-axle all-terrain cranes.
    • After speaking with customers, Maxim selected cranes it knew would be in demand over the coming five years.
    • The company is one of the leading lifting providers in North America and selected the Grove cranes for their versatility and reliability.

  • Belgian Potain dealer BLE sells 500th self-erecting crane

    • BLE (Belgium Lifting Equipment), which has supplied and serviced Potain self-erecting cranes in Belgium since 2008, has reached a major milestone.
    • The Puurs, Flanders-based dealer has sold its 500th self-erecting crane, a Potain Hup 40-30, to AS Bau to be used in structural work and roofing, as well as the installation of facades, exterior carpentry, and other exterior fittings.
    • BLE attributes its growth to a focus on outstanding aftersales support and smart partnerships across Belgium, which differentiate it from the competition.

  • Potain introduces the new Igo T 99 self-erecting crane with improved reach and capacity from a compact footprint

    • The Potain Igo T 99 is a versatile telescopic self-erecting crane with a 6 t (6.6 USt) capacity and a 48 m (157 ft) reach. Its 38.5 m (126 ft) height under hook makes the crane ideal for a variety of jobsites.
    • Compact transport dimensions, a compact footprint and an innovative unfolding procedure ease travelling to jobsites and erecting cranes in tight quarters.
    • Potain Smart Set-Up technology, remote-controlled operation and an ergonomic Ultra View Cab ensure the crane is simple to operate in a wide variety of scenarios.


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