Manitowoc’s new Singapore service partner

By Niamh Marriott29 September 2021

Manitowoc has appointed Mobile Cranes Asia (MCA) as its latest new dealer partner in the Southeast Asia region.

The company will cover full parts and service operations for Grove all-terrain cranes

Based in Singapore, the company will cover full parts and service operations for Grove all-terrain cranes.

Mobile Crane Asia (MCA) is run by managing director Rodney Chang, who said that formalising the company’s business with Manitowoc was a natural next step.

“The origins of MCA date back to the mid-90s and our team has been selling and servicing cranes for over two decades,” he explained.

“Many of our existing customers run Grove cranes, so we know the products and our service guys are already trained in Grove’s parts and service programmes.”

MCA’s team is backed by a fleet of service vehicles and the company keeps stock of spare parts at its head office.

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