Manitex cranes to be distributed in Russia

  • 19-Jun-2008 09:15 EDT

Veri-Tek International Corp.’s Manitex subsidiary signed an agreement with Dostavka-Service Corp. Ltd. (DSC), a Russian distributor with retail sales and crane rental fleets headquartered in Moscow, to distribute its 50- and 30-ton (45- and 27-t) Manitex boom trucks beginning in July 2008. This new agreement marks the second international distribution agreement Veri-Tek has signed this year. In March, Veri-Tek announced that select models within the Manitex product line would join the Manitex Liftking and Noble product lines as part of the Cat Rental Stores Allied Vendor Program in Europe, North, and South America.

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