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Minneapolis-based CECO Ltd./CECO Crane has added a new 16000 Manitowoc and a new 2250 Manitowoc to its expanding fleet of rental cranes. A 158-foot Luffing jib that fits 16000 Manitowocs has been added to CECO's line up and is also available for rent.

The 16000 Manitowoc is set up as series III. With 315 feet of main boom, including the wind tip, it has a 100-ton load block with duplex hook. Additionally, 158 feet of Luffing jib is available for rent with this machine or on a separate basis.

The 2250 Manitowoc is set up with series II and III counterweights. With 260 feet of main boom, it also has a 100-ton load block with duplex hook.

SOURCE: CECO Ltd./CECO


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