Manitowoc Brings Its Newest Class Of Tower Cranes To Intermat 2018
Manitowoc Cranes will have a sizeable presence at Intermat 2018 in Paris, France, showcasing two new tower cranes alongside a wide range of comprehensive support services. On display at the show will be two great examples of Potain’s cutting-edge technological advancements: the Hup self-erecting crane range and an MDT 389, the largest of its CCS topless top-slewing tower cranes. Manitowoc will once again participate in one of the world’s biggest infrastructure and construction tradeshows when the company brings an array of new cranes and technologies to Intermat 2018 in Paris, France. “2017 has seen an uptick in construction and infrastructure activity in Europe, so we have selected a pair of cranes that we feel can best serve this region in terms of speed, efficiency and versatility, and when working on urban job sites,” Jean-Noel Daguin, senior vice president of tower cranes at Manitowoc said. “We are also featuring solutions that we can provide to stakeholders of the Grand Paris Project, which will accelerate the transformation of Paris ahead of the 2024 Olympic Games.”
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