Empire Crane purchases two Magni telehandlers

By Lindsey Anderson30 January 2018

Empire Crane Company purchased two new Magni rotating telehandlers during World of Concrete 2018. The models, the RTH6.30SH and RTH6.35SH, will be added to Empire’s New England rental fleet and will be available immediately.

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Riccardo Magni, left, and Empire owner and Chief Executive Officer Luke Lonergan, right, during World of Concrete 2018.

The 2018 Magni RTH6.30SH has a lift capacity of 6.6 tons. It’s max lift height is 97.9 feet where it can carry up to 5,500 pounds. The 2018 Magni RTH6.35SH also has a lift capacity of 6.6 tons with a max lift height of 114.5 feet. At that height, it also can carry a maximum of 5,500 pounds. Both models feature Magni’s patented quick-fit design that allows for easy switching between attachments. The units both have 4-cylinder engines, 360-degree continuous rotation and high-tension steel booms which improves lifting performances.

Empire owner and Chief Executive Officer Luke Lonergan said, “People love the Magni units that we currently offer and can’t say enough good things about the ease of use. My brother and I are confident that these machines will be extremely busy and will only begin to satisfy the craving for Magni telehandlers in New England.”

“When speaking with Riccardo Magni himself, [the inventor and founder of Magni Telescopic Handlers] and other eastern United States Magni dealers, there are only high hopes and total confidence in the product,” Lonergan said.. “We expect the new higher capacity Magni Telehandlers to be a real asset to our customers and to be a part of the construction boom that we all are hoping to see happen in 2018.”

 

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