What's New at Shawmut Equipment

We would like to welcome Aaron Fish as the newest addition to Shawmut’s service department. Aaron will be our second mobile field technician based out of the state of Maine. Aaron will assist in servicing our loyal Manitowoc, Grove, National and Potain customers from northern Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Vermont and Maine, including Aroostook county.
Shawmut Equipment has been a leading equipment distributor bringing quality products to its customers since 1957.
• Contractors in Hawaii chose the MLC300 for a large-scale construction project due to its higher capacity at longer radii compared with competing crawler cranes.
•    Irving Equipment’s new National Crane NBT45 racked up a significant number of hours in its first few months. •    The NBT45’s unique chassis configuration is easy to road and travels as a single unit.
Shawmut Equipment will provide preparation for NCCCO crane operator testing along with the written and practical exams at Shawmut’s South Easton, Massachusetts facility October 2-6, 2017. The cost of the four day program is $1,600 per participant.
New from Manitowoc Cranes is another class-leading Grove rough-terrain crane that is sure to turn heads at CONEXPO 2017, where it has just been unveiled. The Grove GRT655 is the latest update to the company’s range of next-generation rough-terrain cranes and has a host of features that will help companies increase efficiency and return on investment.
New from National Crane is the NTC55, a 50 t (55 USt) truck crane “replacement” that can maneuver into the tight working quarters typically reserved for a truck crane, but with the added features of a boom truck to increase efficiency and versatility for its owners. The crane features
Manitowoc has introduced a new version of the Manitowoc MLC300 that utilizes a fixed-position counterweight. This new model has many of the same features as the original MLC300, but does not feature Variable Position Counterweight (VPC) technology.
Manitowoc has announced the newest addition to its line of Grove Hydraulic Crawler (GHC) cranes: the Grove GHC30. The new 30 t (30 USt) crane is the smallest in the GHC line and its compact dimensions will enable exceptional maneuverability. 
Lighter, longer, stronger. This was the mantra as Grove developed the TMS9000-2, its next-generation truck crane, which has just been unveiled.