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Manitowoc is committed to providing the most innovative, advanced and comprehensive range of lifting solutions with products that have long set the standard for excellence worldwide: Grove mobile telescoping cranes, Manitowoc lattice boom crawler cranes, Potain tower cranes, National Crane boom trucks and Shuttlelift industrial cranes. In addition to our outstanding product lines, Manitowoc offers outstanding support services through Manitowoc Crane Care.

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  • Thursday, January 12, 2017
    CLT expands plans for open house and crane launch in South Africa

    Grove Dealer CLT (Crane Load Technology) has expanded its plans to connect with customers and feature the newest Grove all-terrain cranes in South Africa.
  • Tuesday, January 10, 2017
    Grove cranes to help Thailand power up

    The Provincial Electricity Authority (PEA) in Thailand has ordered eight Grove GMK2035E all-terrain cranes. The cranes are new additions to the PEA fleet, which already includes six GMK2035 cranes. The GMK2035 is the predecessor to the GMK2035E and PEA purchased these back in 2000. The state-owned enterprise plans to use the cranes to erect electrical poles and install transformers at sites around Thailand.
  • Tuesday, January 10, 2017
    Grove GHC75 helps construct Skyway Bridge, Colorado’s longest elevated railway

    In Denver, Colorado, a massive new infrastructure project is underway. The North Metro Rail Line is an 18.5-mile electric commuter rail system that will connect Denver’s Union Station with many of the city’s northern suburbs. Ten miles of the track have been completed so far, along with six of the train line’s eight stations.
  • Monday, January 09, 2017
    14 Groves perform stunning multi-crane lift for industrial plant project

    Aertssen Kranen completed one of the most visually striking lifts in recent history, employing 14 Grove cranes to simultaneously lift a massive pipeline for an industrial plant project in Antwerp, Belgium. The cranes lifted the pipeline for temporary placement over the waters of the Port of Antwerp in Belgium, a stretch of pipe typically used to carry sludge to the plant. Each crane lifted a 6.1 t section of the pipe positioned on its own pontoon, floating in the port. Eight supervisors watched over the lift to ensure the project went smoothly.
  • Monday, December 19, 2016
    Manitowoc 11000-1 scales Wisconsin ski hill to build retaining wall

    Wren Works used a Manitowoc 11000-1 crawler crane to help build a retaining wall at the Mont du Lac Resort, a skiing destination in Superior, Wisconsin. Utilizing 140 ft of boom, the 110 USt crane lifted an 18.5 USt pile hammer to heights of 75 ft to drive a series of 14 H-piles into the ground. Gangs of timber that weighed 0.5 USt were then lifted to a height of 60 ft and inserted between the piles, creating a foundation for the retaining wall that will eventually shore up the resort’s new banquet room.
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