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Manitowoc Expands Coverage in North Dakota With Hayden-Murphy

Wed August 08, 2018 - Midwest Edition

Manitowoc has expanded Hayden-Murphy's coverage of Grove and Manitowoc cranes to include North Dakota. The Minneapolis-based company now offers full sales, rentals, aftermarket parts and service for the entire state of North Dakota. The move strengthens Manitowoc's dealer network in the region.

Len Kirk, president/CEO of Hayden-Murphy, said that the company is well equipped to increase Manitowoc's success in North Dakota.

“Hayden-Murphy's excellent customer support expertise have given us this opportunity. We have earned a stellar reputation of support over the years across North America. We are now able to sell, rent and support the entire line of Manitowoc and Grove cranes in North Dakota and continue to support our existing customers.”

Hayden-Murphy sales representative Bob Brower will provide local support and sales expertise to customers in North Dakota.

“We're very excited to partner with Hayden-Murphy in North Dakota,” said David Hull, vice president of North American sales of Manitowoc. “Manitowoc's customers expect velocity, product innovation and outstanding customer service, and Hayden-Murphy will deliver on those expectations.”

About the Manitowoc Company

Founded in 1902, The Manitowoc Company Inc. is a global manufacturer of cranes and lifting solutions with manufacturing, distribution and service facilities in 20 countries.

For more information, call 414/760-4600 or visit

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