Mantis Cranes Corporate Video 2022

Mantis Cranes are delighted to launch our new corporate video 2022. We are very pleased with how the video turned out and really hope that you enjoy it too!

We wanted this video to tell the story of Mantis Cranes and our vision for the future.

The video illustrates the diverse range of tower cranes and self-erecting tower cranes that we supply for sale and hire. We were keen to highlight the years of manufacturing and crane servicing experience that Mantis Cranes has built on since starting out in this industry more than 20 years ago.

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It was important that the viewer got a sense of the company’s commitment to our clients as we continually invest in our fleet to ensure that we have the most modern and diverse range of cranes and lifting attachments in the industry.

Saez Tower crane from Mantis cranes Ireland and UK

As the Mantis Team is committed to providing an unrivalled service to all our clients from their initial enquiry until their project completion, we featured footage of what needs to happen before a crane is erected on the customer’s site. Listening to the client’s requests, completing a site survey, and preparing detailed drawings will ensure that our customers get the optimal lifting solutions for their project.

Mantis Cranes pedestrian operated tower cranes

Mantis Cranes, through our bases in Ireland and UK. can offer a truly nationwide service. Our extensive spare parts stores, in Ireland and UK, ensures that any service issues will be dealt with swiftly and efficiently.

It was a tall order to get across what makes Mantis Cranes different in a video that is just over 2 minutes long but we are really pleased with the result.

We hope that you like it too!

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