Manitowoc sets the standard for lifting innovation

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.

Manitowoc News

  • Monday, February 27, 2017
    Manitowoc expands line of telescopic crawler cranes with new Grove GHC30

    Manitowoc has announced the newest addition to its line of Grove Hydraulic Crawler (GHC) cranes: the Grove GHC30. The new 30 t (30 USt) crane is the smallest in the GHC line and its compact dimensions will enable exceptional maneuverability.
  • Monday, February 27, 2017
    Manitowoc launches new Shuttlelift SCD15 at The Rental Show 2017

    Manitowoc introduces the new Shuttlelift SCD15, which has just been unveiled at The Rental Show 2017 in Orlando, Florida. The 13.6 t (15 USt) capacity carrydeck crane is on show at Manitowoc Booth 4384, and it’s been designed from the ground up to meet the needs of the rental market.
  • Monday, February 20, 2017
    Grove unveils the TMS9000-2 truck crane

    Lighter, longer, stronger. This was the mantra as Grove developed the TMS9000-2, its next-generation truck crane, which has just been unveiled.
  • Thursday, February 16, 2017
    Manitowoc Cranes announces new sales director for Brazil

    Manitowoc Cranes Brazil is proud to announce a new director for its sales team in Brazil. Rene Porto is now sales director, a role he began in January of 2017. Porto has been charged with accelerating interactivity with clients, increasing the company’s speed of operations in the country.
  • Wednesday, February 15, 2017
    Grove GMK5250L gives one German city a pool with a view

    “Sky” is a new, architecturally stunning high-rise tower that is being built in the German town of Bietigheim-Bissingen. Sky tower is being constructed on a 3,300 m2 site that once held a freight depot. When complete, it will rise 18 stories (approximately 220 ft), making it one of the tallest buildings in the city.
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