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Manitex announces new addition to its industrial crane line

August 3, 2018  By Manitex International

Manitex International, Inc., a leading international provider of truck and articulating cranes, recently announced the expansion of its industrial crane line with the addition of the Manitex CD110 industrial carry deck crane.

The CD110 Industrial carry deck crane provides 11-ton base rated capacity, 35 foot 3-section boom and 53-foot maximum reach when equipped with optional jib. This machine fits the needs of refineries and manufacturing facilities with its versatility and strength. Along with the CD110, Manitex’s strong line of industrial cranes includes models ranging in capacity from 10 to 30 tons.

“We are excited to introduce the new 11-ton machine to the market,” said George “Beau” Pocock, industrial sales manager for Manitex. “The CD110 is designed around input from rental fleet owners to suit refineries and petrochemical applications. This model’s compact design is also well suited for work in manufacturing maintenance and retooling projects. With 35 feet of boom, excellent on rubber capacities, along with two-position out/down outrigger configurations, this unit offers best in class load chart while remaining simple to use and cost effective.”

About Manitex International, Inc.
Manitex International, Inc. is a leading worldwide provider of highly engineered specialized equipment including boom trucks, cranes, and other related industrial equipment. Our products, which are manufactured in facilities located in the USA and Europe, are targeted to selected niche markets where their unique designs and engineering excellence fill the needs of our customers and provide a competitive advantage.  We have consistently added to our portfolio of branded products and equipment both through internal development and focused acquisitions to diversify and expand our sales and profit base while remaining committed to our niche market strategy.  Our brands include Manitex, PM, Badger, Sabre, and Valla.


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