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Stephenson Expands Its National Crane Territory in Pa.

The National Crane line offers powerful truck mounted hydraulic cranes with long reach for precise work in tight spaces.

Tue April 22, 2014 - Northeast Edition
Construction Equipment Guide


Stephenson Equipment Inc. has expanded its territory for Manitowoc’s National Crane products to include western Pennsylvania. The National Crane line offers powerful truck mounted hydraulic cranes with long reach for precise work in tight spaces.

“Extending our footprint from Philadelphia to Ohio will help us to better serve the natural gas, construction and power industries,” said Dennis Heller, president and CEO of Stephenson Equipment. “Carrying the full range of Manitowoc products at all Pennsylvania locations will allow us to expand our presence with factory trained technicians, a larger parts inventory statewide and a wider area for onsite service.”

National Crane boom trucks feature lift capacities ranging from 8 to 40 tons (7.2 to 36 t). There are 11 models of stand-up control cranes with maximum reach from 56 to 167 ft. (17 to 51 m). National Crane also offers seven models of swing seat cranes with maximum vertical reach from 161 to 183 ft. (49 to 55.7 m).

For more information, visit www.stephensonequipment.com or www.manitowoccranes.com.




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