All Eric Etchart articles

  • A Grove GMK5250L all terrain erecting a Potain MD238AJ10 tower crane in Nany, France

    Sales up on previous quarter at Manitowoc


    Second quarter sales at crane maker Manitowoc were up by 7 % on the previous quarter of 2016 but down 4 % on the second quarter of 2015

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    Etchart retires from Manitowoc


    Eric Etchart has retired from Manitowoc Cranes where he worked for 33 years. He was president and general manager from 2007 to 2015

  • A Manitowoc 18000 erects a 'green' footbridge in Northern Mexico

    New president and CEO for Manitowoc Cranes


    Barry Pennypacker has been appointed Manitowoc Cranes president and chief executive officer, reporting to Kenneth Krueger, interim chairman and chief executive officer at parent company the Manitowoc Company

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    Down again at Manitowoc


    Net sales at Manitowoc Cranes for the fist quarter of 2015 were down more than 10% on the same period a year earlier

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    Manitowoc crane sales down in 2014


    For the full year 2014 sales revenue at Manitowoc Cranes was down 8 % to $2.3 billion. Operating earnings declined from $218.8 million in 2013 to $163.9 million in 2014

  • Manitowoc 4500 dragline

    Manitowoc to split cranes and food service


    The Manitowoc Company has revealed plans to separate its crane manufacturing and food service businesses and form two separate publically-traded companies

  • Glen Tellock, CEO of Manitowoc Cranes, and Eric Etchart, president of Manitowoc Cranes, with a team

    Vinci on multi-million euro stadium


    French construction company Vinci has put ten Potain tower cranes to work on a €250 million (US$ 348 million) football stadium in Lyon, France

  • The Manitowoc Model 31000 was unveiled in the iron on Saturday 19 September at the factory in Manito

    Manitowoc shows 2,300 tonne giant


    Saturday 19 September saw the Manitowoc Model 31000 heavy lift crawler crane unveiled in the iron. The 2,535 US ton (2,300 tonne) capacity giant was first shown at the factory in Manitowoc, USA to