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.

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  • 09 November 2018
    EnCORE program revitalizes older Potain crane for Stirnimann

    In the past when Potain cranes reached the end of their operational life customers would sell them on or scrap them as part of trade-in deals. However, Manitowoc’s EnCORE program gives customers a third option, providing used cranes with a new lease of life and allowing owners to increase their overall return on investment.
  • 24 October 2018
    Potain to showcase its Hup and Igo self-erecting cranes at ARTIBAT 2018

    Potain is bringing two models from its stellar lineup of self-erecting cranes to this year’s ARTIBAT 2018 construction tradeshow in Rennes, France, from October 24 – 26. The company will be at booth T2 B01, and is partnering for the event with regional Potain distributors JFM, TONYMAT and SOME.
  • 18 October 2018
    Four Potain cranes build new police hospital in Peru

    The construction of the new Central Police Hospital in Lima, Peru, is underway with the help of four Potain tower cranes. Two MC 175 B and two MC 125 cranes are providing fast work at the job site lifting formwork, prefabricated blocks, and more to ensure the new hospital will be ready at the start of 2019. The new six-story building is being constructed in the same spot where the old hospital was demolished in the Jesus Maria district.
  • 15 October 2018
    National Crane responds to customer demand with tractor-mounted version of the NBT30H-2 boom truck

    National Crane has developed a tractor-mounted version of its popular NBT30H-2, the NBT30H-2 TM. The 30 USt machine was created as a response to the company’s Voice of the Customer feedback program, an integral part of The Manitowoc Way. It went from concept to production in just eight months and was designed by a cross-functional team of experts from Manitowoc’s Lift Solutions team and National Crane’s Truck Modification Center, as well as the company’s engineering team. The primary application for this machine will be oil field applications, but it will also be viable for everyday taxi crane service.
  • 08 October 2018
    Six decades strong: Antique Grove RT still getting the job done

    Back in 1962 John “JJ” Curran was a budding young entrepreneur starting a crane company in Detroit, Michigan. His first purchase was a Grove RT-58, and nearly 60 years later, the crane is still a money maker for JJ Curran Crane Company.
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