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Columbus McKinnon Corp., a designer and manufacturer of material handling products, has made its Yale Global King electric wire rope hoist available in Canada as part of the company's Quick Ship Program.

The program offers select Global King units as a standard monorail unit or as a complete plug-and-play crane kit, the company says, adding that both of the monorail hoist and plug-and-play crane kit offerings come in three-, five-, 7.5- and 10-ton units.

A three-year warranty is offered on the Global King hoists, the company adds.




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