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Maeda to Bring New Mini Cranes to bauma 2019

Tue February 12, 2019 - National Edition
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The updated MC285-3 now includes multi-angle outriggers, a state-of-the-art wireless remote control, new generation touch screen moment limiter safety system and a removable electric motor package for maximum versatility - all while maintaining single doorway access to buildings. (Photo Credit: Maeda USA)
The updated MC285-3 now includes multi-angle outriggers, a state-of-the-art wireless remote control, new generation touch screen moment limiter safety system and a removable electric motor package for maximum versatility - all while maintaining single doorway access to buildings. (Photo Credit: Maeda USA)

Maeda USA, along with Maeda Seisakusho Japan and AB Kranlyft, will be presenting several new mini crane models at the Bauma Exhibition, the world's leading machinery trade fair, April 8 to14 in Munich, Germany.

Maeda will showcase several new models at the exhibit, including the new generation MC285-3, as well as upgraded MC305-3 and MC405-3 models – all of which will soon be available in North America. Also featured will be several international models for the benefit of our Latin American visitors.

The updated MC285-3 now includes multi-angle outriggers, a state-of-the-art wireless remote control, new generation touch screen moment limiter safety system and a removable electric motor package for maximum versatility - all while maintaining single doorway access to buildings. Also on display will be the newly upgraded "-3" versions of the MC305-3 and MC405-3, featuring multiple design and functionality upgrades.

Information will also be available on the new MC090 model, Maeda's 1,950-lb. capacity mini crane for those with lifting requirements under 2,000 lbs., and the new 5,900-lb. capacity MC270 model, benefiting mini crane users in New York City.

Maeda will be in Bauma exhibit space FS.1003/1.

More information about the new U.S. models will available in the coming weeks on https://www.maedausa.com/.

Based in Houston, Texas, Maeda USA is the North American distributor for sales, rentals and service for all Maeda products.

For more information, please contact Tony Inman – Maeda USA at Maeda USA or email at cranes@maedausa.com or visit https://www.maedausa.com/.