Empire Crane Company executives recently handed over the keys to a new 2017 Manitex 30102C to SL Chasse Steel of New Hampshire. Mounted on a Kenworth 880, the Manitex 30102C is SL Chasse Steel’s first purchase from Empire Crane.
Steve Chasse of SL Chasse Steel worked with Empire Crane Sales representative Justin Melvin to upgrade from a 1989 model to a 2017 Manitex boom truck.
The Manitex 30102C has a capacity of 30 tons and met the specifications SL Chasse Steel was looking for in a boom truck. Empire Crane was able to offer customized paint to match Chasse Steel’s company colors.
SL Chasse Welding & Fabricating, Inc. was formed in 1989 as a welding, miscellaneous metals and structural steel fabrication and erection service provider. In 2012, to better reflect its full-service structural steel fabrication and erection capabilities, the company officially began doing business as SL Chasse Steel.