Manitex secures boom truck crane order

  • 21-May-2009 03:12 EDT
Manitex International Inc. received an order from Allied Crane & Machinery for 20 17-ton (15-t) boom truck cranes worth approximately $2 million. Delivery of the cranes began in April. The order is the first under a recently initiated strategic marketing alliance with the Mesa, AZ-based company that is intended to increase the penetration of Manitex boom truck cranes to end users in North America through a re-rent program.
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