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Manitex adds 20 T telescopic crane


Thursday, 28 Jul 2016 ( #780 ) - Bridgeview, IL, United States
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Manitex's all-new TM200-Series
Manitex has introduced the all-new TM200-Series to its lineup of truck-tractor cranes.

Developed for residential and commercial construction, the TM200-2085T features a maximum capacity of  20 T and maximum main boom tip height of 95 ft. (29 m).

The TM200-2085T incorporates a six-section, telescopic boom that is formed from high-strength steel. The crane’s other components are also designed to provide optimal strength-to-weight ratios to reduce the crane’s weight and increase the truck’s payload.

The standard out-and-down outriggers and short overall length of 25 ft. (7.6 m) from boom tip to fifth-wheel connector make this new product ideally suited for the truss industry and general construction, according to the company.

Manitex is a leading supplier of mobile cranes, rough-terrain forklifts, reachstackers and container handling equipment, and special mission-oriented vehicles, including parts and service support. Manufacturing is located in several facilities in North America and Italy.
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