National Crane

Select Crane Sales delivered a 2010 National NBT45 to Marc's Crane Service of Miami, Fla. The National NBT45 is mounted on a Peterbilt 367 and offers 45-ton capacity with 127 ft. of main boom. The National NBT45 is fully compliant with both crane and aerial lifting standards for increased utilization as a 45 ton crane or 1200 lb.

Manitowoc's product innovation continues, with the latest evolution in its National Crane product line hitting the market: the NBT60XL. The model combines "strong and long", bringing a greater capacity and reach combination in the 60 ton class — both for boom trucks and truck cranes — according to the manufacturer.

When The Manitowoc Company Inc. , implemented a common control system across its diverse line of cranes, it recognized an opportunity to leverage simulators to support the marketing and sales program behind the initiative, as well as for operator training.

Aspen Equipment announced territory expansions for managers Bruce Harrod and Chris Eggen. Together they have more than 47 years of experience with equipment sales and rentals, and will be representing the Manitowoc, Grove and National Crane lines in Iowa.

Select Crane Sales assisted Beaver Tree Services with the purchase of a 2010 National 9125A boom truck. Beaver Tree Services performs residential and commercial tree service within the state of New Jersey. The National 9125A mounted on a Peterbilt 367 provides 26 ton capacity and 125 ft.

Runnion Equipment Company is growing its product line by expanding its Knapheide body offerings. Runnion Equipment has been utilizing Knapheide bodies for its National Crane boom trucks and Palfinger knucklebooms for many years. Now, with its recent expansion, it has the room and capability to expand into the sales and upfitting of service/utility bodies and dump bodies – as supplied by Knapheide.

CraneWorks CEO Keith Ayers visited with Manitowoc Cranes at ConExpo 2020 to celebrate his company's renewed commitment to National Crane boom trucks. The Houston, Texas-based company is one of the fastest growing in the lifting industry, utilizing many National Crane models in a fleet that has offices in Kansas, Florida, Colorado, California, New Jersey and Canada.

CraneWorks, a Houston, Texas-based crane rental company, has made a significant investment in the size and reach of its fleet with the purchase of several new National Crane boom trucks. The company has already received new NBT60L units and additional units, which include a mix of NBT55L and NBT45-142 boom trucks, will arrive from February onwards.

For more than 40 years, Layton's Tree service has been one of the premier tree maintenance and removal companies in the Southeast. For much of this period, its most important tool has been a National Crane boom truck. Layton Holsinger, founder and president of the Davidson, N.C.

Manitowoc Cranes will return to ConExpo in 2020 to unveil six new cranes to the lifting market. In addition to these, four other crane models that were introduced in 2018 and 2019 also will be on display at the company's booth, with several making their North American debuts.

Stephenson Equipment Inc. (SEI), a Harrisburg, Pa.-based National Crane dealer, took delivery of its fourth new NTC55L boom truck at the 2019 International Construction and Utility Exposition (ICUEE). According to Darin D'Ascanio, territory manager of SEI, the new crane will be attractive to customers in many different segments, including utility work, tree care and crane rental.