Manitex Inc. Announces the Introduction of its New Tip Height of 190' for its Successful 124SX and 40124S Models

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Manitex Inc. now reaches higher with its new offer of 190' tip height for the 124SX and 40124S models. The general application of these two models is in the power grid construction and with increased voltage flowing through the cables, federal regulations call for higher towers. This new offer is a direct response to a need in the industry.

Manitex--Moving Forward Faster

We have what it takes to get the job done from forklifts to taxi cranes. Specializing in various niche markets is one of our strengths

Manitex has introduced a new tip height for its successful 124SX and 40124S models, extending its reach to 190', approximately 13% higher than the previous 166'.

Used primarily in the power grid construction field, the new tip height on the 124SX and 40124S is in response to increasing demands in the market. "Power lines are now carrying more current and therefore need to be lifted off the ground higher. That's where the improved 124SX and 40124S come in," says Scott Rolston, President of Manitex Inc.

These machines have also been successfully used in the building of ethanol plants in the Midwest. "The increased height allows for construction of the aerial grain elevators," explains Randy Robertson, Director of Sales and Marketing for Manitex, Inc., talking about the various applications of the crane.

Manitex is looking to increase its share market in the segments of power grid construction and other similar applications. The company has steadily and aggressively positioned itself as a "one-stop shop" for lifting equipment. "We have what it takes to get the job done from forklifts to taxi cranes. Specializing in various niche markets is one of our strengths" concludes Randy Robertson speaking of the improved working tip heights as a response to a special need in the industry.

About Manitex, Inc.
Manitex, Inc. is a leading provider of engineered lifting solutions including truck-mounted cranes, rough terrain forklifts and special mission oriented vehicles. Manitex also manufactures and markets a comprehensive line of boom trucks and sign cranes that are primarily used in industrial projects, energy exploration and infrastructure development, including roads, bridges, and commercial construction. The Manitex Liftking subsidiary, which includes the Noble forklift product line, manufactures and sells a complete line of rough terrain forklifts and special mission oriented vehicles, as well as other specialized carriers, heavy material handling transporters and steel mill equipment. Manitex Liftking's rough terrain forklifts are used in both commercial and military applications.

Source: Fahrenheit Marketing, LLC

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