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  • Fahad S Al Tamimi & Partners Co (Tamimi Rentals) invests in Grove rough-terrain cranes to diversify its business

    • Tamimi Rentals purchases 50 new Grove rough-terrain cranes to lead its long-term business expansion in oil and gas work.
    • The order consists entirely of GRT8100 models, which the company selected for their powerful lift capacity and flexibility in navigating challenging job sites.

  • Link Construction increases homebuilding speed by 3 weeks with Potain self-erecting crane

    • The contractor placed a Potain Igo MA 21 between two homes — dramatically increasing construction efficiency on both builds.
    • By using a crane that can lift most materials and reach the entire jobsite, Link Construction eliminated the need for other equipment such as mobile cranes or additional forklifts.
    • The remote-controlled self-erecting tower crane helped in all stages of the building process by lifting and placing floor joists, wall segments and roof trusses.

  • Fager Framing reduces build time by 50% with Potain self-erecting tower crane

    • The company deployed a Potain Igo T 85 A to erect a building complex in Cedar Falls, Iowa, replacing up to five pieces of equipment with one single crane.
    • Fager is finding the crane has helped workers not only increase productivity, but also plan the build better due to the crane’s reliability and readiness to operate.
     

  • Manitowoc inaugurates new training center in Pune, India

    • The new center is equipped with simulators that replicate the operational systems on Potain cranes.
    • The Manitowoc Crane Care facility also offers training.

  • NFT deploys Potain topless cranes for Hong Kong housing project

    NFT has five cranes on the project including two MCT 565 units, the largest topless Potain crane in the Asian market.

  • Asia-Pacific’s first Grove GMK3050-2 heads to Porter Cranes

    Rental company Porter Cranes has received the first Grove GMK3050-2 in Asia-Pacific, and the new model was delivered to the company’s yard in Hamilton, New Zealand by Manitowoc’s local dealer, TRT, which weighed and tested the unit ahead of putting it to work.

  • 24/7 Lifting stays true to its name thanks to Grove GMK5250L’s reliability

    Fast setup and easy mobility of Grove GMK5250L allows 24/7 Lifting to work round the clock in the city that never sleeps, completing jobs both night and day.

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