What's New at Shawmut Equipment

Heavy-Duty Durable Tree Handler mounted on Compact GMK3060 Chassis For Sale & Immediately Available • 3-Section Telescopic Boom: 72' 8" Max Cutting Height, 70' 5" Side Reach • Adaptive Automatic Felling Head with 900 mm Harvester Saw • Touch Screen Operating Display for Quick and Easy Setup
As job sites get increasingly compact, users want a solution that offers more flexibility in how they configure their Grove mobile crane. With Manitowoc’s MAXbase technology, that solution is here.
R&D Crane, a division of the Cherubini Group of Companies operating in Atlantic Canada, recently expanded their extensive fleet with the purchase of a new Grove GMK5250L. R&D Crane has been providing crane services to a broad range of industries, including construction, commercial, marine, wind and residential for over 30 years.
Manitowoc’s Product Verification Centers have helped the company design and manufacture the most reliable cranes to ever be produced.
New GMK5250XL-1: Longest Boom On 5 Axles! Shawmut accepts first of the innovative new Grove GMK5250XL-1 all terrain cranes into inventory.
Shawmut Equipment would like to thank Double R Crane Service out of Poland, ME for the recent purchase of a new National NBT45127-1 45 ton boom truck. In 2004, Marc & Susan Lajoie started Double R Crane Service with one 23.5 ton boom truck. Today, Double R Crane Service manages a fleet of four cranes ranging from 30-70 Tons.
The new 450 USt capacity GMK6400-1 is the landmark crane that launched virtually at CONEXPO 2020. Andreas Cremer, vice president of product management for all-terrain cranes at Manitowoc, said CONEXPO provides an opportunity to showcase new technology and industry-leading reliability.
Manitowoc unveils the new National Crane NBT40-2 series boom trucks at CONEXPO 2020! The new NBT40-2 series is proudly American-made and manufactured at the company's factory in Shady Grove, Pennsylvania. The NBT40-2 142 ft five-section boom is the longest in its size range. The long boom allows the operator to perform more lifts without the use of a jib, reducing setup time and improving efficiency, making it ideal for work in residential or commercial construction industries!
•    The MLC150-1 has new features that make it easier to transport to the job site and quicker to assemble than its crawler-crane predecessors. •    The new model features an upgraded cab for increased operator comfort.
Manitowoc Cranes has unveiled its latest rough-terrain crane: the Grove GRT8120. It is the latest in the GRT line of rough-terrain cranes that have grown in popularity due to their reliability and versatility on job sites. It will be on display at CONEXPO 2020 in March, and it’s one of six brand-new cranes that the company is introducing at the show, along with several others making their North American debuts.