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Six LLEAP Award Winners Receive Trophies During ConExpo

Date: 22-03-2017 / Author: mlarson

Six of 10 companies that earned recognition for innovative new products in Lift and Access magazine’s 2016 Leadership in Lifting Equipment and Aerial Platforms (LLEAP) competition chose to accept their trophies at the recent ConExpo-Con/Agg trade show in Las Vegas, Nev.

Capacity, Roadability Led Rental Company to Choose Truck Crane

Date: 07-09-2016 / Author: mlarson

The family that owns Iron Stag Crane Service has been a part of the crane and lifting industry in Pennsylvania for 50 years. Although the company preferred all-terrain cranes for its rental business during most of that time, it now realizes the benefits of having a truck-mounted crane in its fleet.

During fall 2013, Crane Institute of America, Florida Crane Owners Council, and M&P Specialty Insurance, hosted crane operators and their employers during a Regional Qualifying Event for the Crane Operator Skills Championship, a partnership between Crane Institute Certification and Crane & Rigging Hot Line magazine.

Yankee's Minor League Field Renovated with Help of Manitowoc, Grove Cranes

Date: 06-02-2013 / Author: kparrish
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For more than 20 years, the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Yankees have been playing baseball at PNC Field in Moosic, Penn., where a major project to renovate and improve the stadium has recently wrapped up. Manitowoc and Grove cranes were instrumental on the project.


Manitowoc to Introduce Grove RT Cranes at Bauma

Date: 22-01-2013 / Author: kparrish
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This spring at Bauma, Manitowoc is unveiling two new Grove rough-terrain cranes: the RT550E and RT770E. The two cranes have new features that improve efficiency on the job site.


The 45-tonne (49.6-U.S. ton) capacity RT550E offers the highest capacity and the longest boom in its class at 39 m (128 ft.). At less than 12 m long (39.4 ft.), 2.55 m (8.4 ft.) wide and weighing under 29 tonnes (32 U.S. tons), the RT 550E is a compact crane that fits well within most European road regulations for heavy machinery.