Crane and Hoist Canada

Vertical Tower Cranes new dealer for Recom Cranes in N.A.

April 9, 2019  By Vertical Tower Cranes

During a Bauma 2019 interview, longtime tower crane salesman Bill Brandt announced the launch of his new company Vertical Tower Cranes (VTC), which aims to provide a new tower crane product built and engineered by Mariano Moritsch of Recom Cranes. Both Moritsch and Brandt hold a combined 60-years of experience building and selling some of the best tower cranes on the market.

According to Brandt, president of Vertical Tower Cranes, “I have personally worked with Mariano for the past 20 years, and I have seen the crane expertise and value he brings to customers in the crane industry. A quality product and customer to manufacturer relationships are the most important part of the crane business. As a first for the industry, VTC will not be competing as a crane rental business, but will solely be representing its customers to ensure that all products are ordered and delivered to their market place flawlessly.”

Founded by Moritsch, Recom Moritsch is a family business with generational experience in the design and build of cranes. Moritsch’s father, Ferruccio Moritsch, began designing and building tower cranes in 1962 under the Comedil brand. Today, the Comedil tower crane brand has a pristine reputation.  

Once again, the Moritsch family aims to create some of the best tower cranes in the world with industry leading technology, and more than 50 years of tower crane manufacturing experience. The new RTT “Low Top” design provides the ease of rigging provided by the flat top crane with the added strength found in the hammerhead design. The RTL luffing boom design incorporates all the new features, including great out of service jib angles, fixed counterweights and single part hoist lines, making them best-in-class.  


Vertical Tower Cranes is the exclusive dealer for Recom Cranes in North America, providing crane sales, parts, and service. To learn more about VTC and Recom, visit

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