USM ReRents adds MEC Titan 60 to fleet

By Lindsey Anderson09 July 2020

MEC Titan 60

MEC’s Titan 60

USM ReRents (formally US Markets/USM Rentals) has added a MEC Aerial Work Platforms Titan 60 to its fleet in an effort to expand its speciality offerings.

“We are impressed with USM ReRent’s customer focus and business model, especially their success with specialty machines, so we see a perfect fit for the Titan 60’s versatility in general construction, steel erection, port and airline applications, bridge work, oil and gas installation and even the entertainment industry,” said Dave Hubbell, MEC Aerial Work Platforms’ region vice president.

The Titan 60 features a 22-foot by 90-inch platform that can support up to 3,000 pounds, 180-degree platform rotation, 10-degree frame leveling on each side, stablizer support with auto-leveling and 40 percent gradeability. 

“When Dave contacted me and explained the benefits of MEC’s Titan 60, it became apparent that the product would be a great fit in the USM ReRent portfolio … The MEC team is experienced in our industry and they continue to engineer innovative products that address end user needs,” said Tom Saxelby, vice president of sales, USM ReRents.

 

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