Mi-Jack launches website

By D.Ann Shiffler05 February 2022

Rubber tired gantry (RTG) crane maker Mi-Jack Products has launched a new global website, mi-jack.com. 

“We are thrilled to announce the launch of the new Mi-Jack site,” said Aaron Newton, vice president of sales. “The responsive design ensures customers can find exactly what they are looking for, regardless of what device they are on. The simplified navigation makes it easy to

Mi-Jack has launched a new website, www.mi-jack.com.

find the latest info on our industry leading Travelift and Translift RTGs, our parts and service capabilities, and our Mi-Star suite of technology that monitors and manages yard equipment in real-time. We are very excited for the success of our new site.”

The new site provides updated information on the full line of products, services, and technology solutions available from Mi-Jack. Products include:

Travelift Rubber-Tired Gantry (RTG) Cranes that are custom built to suit each unique application, from steel and precast concrete, to manufacturing, wind, or bridge related lifting needs. Travelift is available with an array of spreader bar lifting attachments, from magnets and straps to twist locks and multiple pick points.

Translift Rubber-Tired Gantry (RTG) Cranes, which are the company’s intermodal and port RTG crane. 

Container Handling Systems that include i-Jack’s exclusive Flipper and Pathfinder systems to make the supply chain exponentially more efficient and effective by reducing turn times and freeing tractor drivers to drop off and drive on without delay at facilities including ports, rail yards, intermodal and distribution centers, and warehouses.

Container Handling Machines which are Taylor machines distributed exclusively by Mi-Jack, including sideloaders, reach stackers, and forklifts, for moving containers around the yard in port and intermodal environments.

The Mi-Star Suite, which is Mi-Jack’s Applied Technology Division. This division has developed a single integrated ecosystem purpose designed to bring what has been a manual operation into a digital mode, enabling data capture and analysis that adds value through precision automation, accountability, and efficiency.

We believe we’ve provided a much better way to showcase the value of our technology suite that provides digital solutions for optimizing the supply chain,” said Newton. “We make intermodal operations from port to terminal exponentially more efficient and effective within the existing physical capacity, enabling American labor and management to work together in a transformative way that’s smarter and vastly more productive.”

Parts and service capabilities are displayed on the site, and highlight Mi-Jack’s ability to provide 24/7 parts and service. The website also features a career page.

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