Manitowoc marks Hoffman’s century

By Alex Dahm24 April 2020

Hoffman-at-ConExpo

Hoffman Equipment marking its century with Manitowoc

A century in the lifting industry was marked by Hoffman Equipment with an order for rough terrain and crawler cranes from Manitowoc. The occasion was marked at this year’s ConExpo construction equipment exhibition on Las Vegas, USA, in March.

Hoffman is a family-run company based in Piscataway, New Jersey, USA. The new cranes ordered included Grove GRT8120, GRT880 and RT770 rough terrains, plus Manitowoc MLC150-1 and MLC100-1 lattice boom crawler cranes.

Pictured during a ceremony to mark the 100 years occasion at the ConExpo show are: Manitowoc’s Dave Hull, Keith Crider and Les Middleton, presenting Hoffman Equipment president and CEO Tim Watters and his team comprising Pat Tomasetti, Joe Teahl, Mike Anderson, Steve Izzi, Eric Seikel and Walt Joachim, with a celebratory plaque to mark the occasion.

 

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