Having made some significant investments in upgrading the crane hire fleet, Mantis Cranes new products have recently been unveiled.

New Crane Hire models availableA large percentage of the new cranes introduced have a Max Jib length of 40m.

Mantis Cranes new Products: IGO 50

These IGO 50 cranes offer our customers versatility and a reliable material handling solution. The IGO 50 has become a popular crane within our crane hire fleet, this investment highlights our commitment to providing our customers with the best crane technology in the market.

We believe this investment strengthens our position as the leading supplier of Self Erecting Tower Crane hire across the UK.

In a further move which compliments these mantis cranes new products, Mantis are also in the process of introducing a new fleet of generators and adding additional crane attachments for hire.

 

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