What's New at Shawmut Equipment

Inserts boost the MLC300’s flexibility to complete more jobs
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Make Your Equipment Purchases Before the Year Ends SOUTH EASTON, Mass. (October 23, 2023) - We want to inform our valued customers about the upcoming changes to bonus depreciation, which begins a phase-out in 2023. This tax provision has been beneficial for many companies, especially construction companies who make substantial capital equipment purchases.
SOUTH EASTON, MA. (October 6, 2023) - The New England Crane School visited with our South Easton, MA office at Shawmut Equipment this week to conduct test prep and testing for crane operators seeking their NCCER accredited certification. The NCCER certification process includes written and practical preparation and testing.
Shawmut Equipment is now proudly offering Condux Tesmec, Inc. Stringing Equipment for the Power Transmission and Distribution Industry!
Shawmut Equipment is a proud Manitou Dealer offering Manitou's extensive line of Construction Telescopic Handlers! The Manitou MHT10200 model is a heavy construction rough-terrain telescopic handler with a maximum capacity of 44,090 lbs to lift your heaviest loads with ease on any kind of terrain!
Lifting trusses into place comes with a unique set of challenges. Proper equipment — such as versatile Potain self-erecting cranes — can help overcome several of the typical obstacles.
Manitowoc is expanding its boom insert offering with the new Wide Boom Plus kit for its MLC300 lattice-boom crawler crane. The MLC300 AND MLC300 VPC-MAX® are the choice crane picks for maintenance work on multiple wind farm projects across the US and Canada. And now, the New Wide Boom Insert extended reach and capacity radically expands the use of the MLC300 for renewable energy jobs, particularly maintenance and assembly of wind turbines.
The hundreds of wind turbines erected during the early 2000s Wind Construction boom are now reaching a point in life cycle where they need scheduled maintenance and upgrades. Canadian Maritime Contractor A.W.