Ring Power Crane takes on Badger crane line

By D.Ann Shiffler07 February 2011

Ring Power Crane has added Badger rough terrain cranes to its product line.

Ring Power Crane has added Badger rough terrain cranes to its product line.

Ring Power Crane has added the Badger crane line to its product offerings in the USA. The dealership agreement entitles Ring Power Crane to sell and service Badger rough terrain cab-down cranes as well as Little Giant truck-mounted and crawler cranes throughout North and South Carolina, Georgia and Florida.

Dave Glass, Ring Power vice president and acting general manager, said, “Badger Equipment’s mission and philosophy very closely mirror our own. It isn’t enough just to expand our product offerings. As a Badger dealer, we will be able to put the customer first and provide the exemplary product support Ring Power Crane is known for.”

Badger Equipment Co., based in Winona, MN, is a division of Manitex International, Inc., which manufactures boom truck cranes, rough terrain forklifts and special mission-oriented vehicles. Badger has manufactured more than 10,000 specialized earthmoving, railroad and material handling machines since it opened in 1945.

Ring Power Crane now carries Badger’s newest series of 20- and 30-ton cab-down style rough terrain cranes, which are designed for heavy-duty construction and industrial applications.

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