Shawmut Equipment, with New England Crane School, will be hoisting test preparation and testing for the NCCCO fixed cab and swing cab certifications in March. Dates: March 11-15, 2019Location: Shawmut Equipment, 136 Eastman Street. South Easton, MassachusettsPrice: $1650 per operator for one exam category and $1850 for two
What's New at Shawmut Equipment
Two Shawmut technicians, Kevin Doughty and Sean Kavanaugh, recently passed the National Certification test with excellent scores!
Bonus Depreciation now includes used equipment! Combine Section 179 and Bonus Depreciation to maximize tax savings on new and used equipment acquired in 2018. Section 179 Allowance:
Bob Morang joins nine other Shawmut technicians who have passed the challenging GMK certification test. The certification course, held at Grove’s facility in Shady Grove, Pennsylvania, consists of numerous classes dedicated to learning the technology and operation of the GMK product line.
Manitowoc recently released a customer-focused course catalog designed to help customers develop the product knowledge needed to be as productive as possible while utilizing their equipment. The onsite and online training courses are taught by professional and experienced instructors and will help customers understand, troubleshoot and safely operate their equipment.
Two of Shawmut’s top technicians, Kevin LaPan and Tim Scott, recently completed all Grove courses and passed the two-day Grove Certification test.
- The National Crane NBT30H-2 TM went from concept to production in just eight months. - The tractor-mounted crane features 360° stability and a 69 ft boom, making it ideal for oil field applications and taxi crane work.
The new Grove GRT9165 is the longest-reaching, highest-capacity model in Manitowoc’s rough-terrain product line.Manitowoc has just unveiled the latest in its line of class-leading rough-terrain cranes:
Hirschmann MCS, formerly a business unit of Belden, Inc., is now a part of the WIKA Group and is doing business under the name WIKA Mobile Control. WIKA Mobile Control will continue to provide crane operator aids, control solutions, and sensors for lifting applications that were previously marketed under the Hirschmann MCS, PAT and Kruger brands.
Great turn out yesterday at the CTPA (Connecticut Tree Protective Association) Summer Meeting & Show at The Farmington Club in Farmington, CT. Thanks to everyone who stopped by the Shawmut booth!