Manitex Announces Jib-Jack as a Standard Feature in its 50-ton Machines with Jib Option and No-Free-Swing on all 50-ton Machines

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Manitex Inc. announced a new value added to its 50-ton taxi crane machines. Jib-Jack and No-Free-Swing are now standard features available in this product line and provide easier setup and better load management for the sole operator.

Manitex--Moving Forward Faster

We are actively pursuing improvements, and some become value added standard features as in this case. The jib-jack for the 50-tonner jib option and the no-free-swing option are more examples of Manitex expanding its versatility and increasing overall profitability for our end customers

Manitex Inc. has announced that it will now offer a jib-jack as a standard feature when ordering the 50-ton taxi-crane with optional jib. Manitex has also added a "no-free-swing" option for the 50-ton product for oil field service and power grid applications.

"Our 50-ton machines can be operated by a single person, and by offering the jib-jack as a standard value added feature, we provide quicker machine set up and lower operation and overhead costs. The no-free-swing option will also equip the operator with better control for coil tubing operations and specific power grid applications. The operator will have one less variable to deal with, and be able to focus more on the load and overall lift operations," explains Randy Robertson, Director of Sales and Marketing for Manitex.

Manitex has engineered the 50-ton taxi-crane to be a profitable and efficient machine, making it possible for small businesses and operations to perform various jobs in one day with low costs.

"We are actively pursuing improvements, and some become value added standard features as in this case. The jib-jack for the 50-tonner jib option and the no-free-swing option are more examples of Manitex expanding its versatility and increasing overall profitability for our end customers," concludes Randy Robertson.

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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