What's New at Shawmut Equipment

09/22/16
•    A Manitowoc MLC650 was chosen to work on an ambitious wind farm project due to its ease of assembly and compact footprint. •    Multiple crane erections and disassemblies were required on this jobsite, so the crane’s ability to lift at a high capacity without a counterweight wagon has increased efficiency in assembly time.
09/06/16
Two New Manitowoc Crawler Cranes In-Stock and Immediately Available: Manitowoc 999 (275 Ton) & Manitowoc MLC300 (330 Ton)   One (1) New 2016 Manitowoc 999, S/N: 999-1383, 275 Ton Lattice Boom Crawler Crane, Equipped As Shown Below:
08/18/16
Shawmut Equipment will provide preparation for NCCCO crane operator testing along with the written and practical exams at Shawmut’s South Easton, Massachusetts facility October 24 - 28, 2016. The cost of the four day program is $1,500 per participant.
08/17/16
DCH Crane has taken delivery of a Grove GMK5250L in a move to enhance the mobility of its fleet. The St.
08/11/16
•    A Manitowoc MLC300 is helping contractors to build a mixed-use development in Chicago that comprises retail stores, condominiums and a parking garage. •    Thanks to its Variable Positioning Counterweight (VPC), the MLC300 can lift at or near the capacity of cranes with much larger footprints while erected in tight quarters.
08/09/16
Manitowoc Crane Care released this video highlighting daily checks and some special preventive maintenance procedures for Grove GMK all terrain cranes.
08/05/16
W.O.Grubb recently used a Manitowoc MLC300 lattice boom crawler crane to replace an industrial lime kiln at a plant in Wilmington, North Carolina.
08/01/16
A Manitowoc MLC300 crawler crane is constructing a new hotel at McCormick Place in Chicago, Illinois. The sales manager for the job, said that the 330 USt MLC300 was the best choice for the job thanks to the low ground bearing pressure made possible by its Variable Positioning Counterweight (VPC).
07/13/16
•    Two Manitowoc MLC650s are proving essential in the construction of the new Champlain Bridge in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, thanks to the reduced ground preparation made possible by the optional VPC-MAX attachment