What's New at Shawmut Equipment

- 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!
Shawmut Equipment will be holding a Certified Rigger & Signalperson Class on September 7, 2018 at Shawmut's South Easton, MA facility.
Matt Whitcomb recently passed the GMK All Terrain Crane Service Certification Test at the Grove Shady Grove, PA facility. The certification test lasts two days, including both written and practical hands-on testing using cranes and simulators at the manufacturing facility.
•    The new 40 US ton TMS500-2 was designed specifically for Grove customers who wanted a lightweight, versatile truck crane with taxi capabilities.
Shawmut Equipment will provide preparation for NCCCO crane operator testing along with the written and practical exams at Shawmut’s South Easton, Massachusetts facility September 17-21 2018. The cost of the four day program is $1,900 per participant.
Shawmut Equipment would like to thank Distinctive Tree Care out of South Windsor, CT for their recent purchase of a new 2018 National NBT45127-1, 45-ton boom truck.
Manitowoc's Crane Days 2018 event took place last week from June 3 to 7 at the company's factory in Shady Grove, Pennsylvania. Proving that The Revolution is Real, Manitowoc debuted five new crane models to more than 750 dealers and customers in attendance, along with highlighting improved manufacturing processes, new technologies and lean initiatives throughout its facilities.