Manitowoc has appointed two new full-line Grove crane dealers, Rainbow Ace for Hong Kong and Tuyet Nga Company (TNC) in Vietnam.
Rainbow Ace until recently focused mostly on the sales of new and used excavators in China, but since 2016 has broadened its product range for the local market, and now represents Yanmar excavators, along with Sakai and Everdigm products.
Rainbow Ace general manager Chow Kwok Kei said: “There is a healthy population of Groves in Hong Kong that are performing well but which will benefit from on the ground support. We are delighted to partner with Manitowoc to sell and support these impressive cranes. The designs are compact and offer superior capabilities as well as unique technologies. This will appeal to Hong Kong companies who often need to work in congested spaces but still require powerful lifting support.”
Tuyet Nga Company is based in Hanoi and also handles Genie aerial lifts, Maeda spider cranes and Instant UpRight mobile scaffold towers. Established in 1995, TNC employs over 100.
TNC general director Tran Kim Dzung said: “We chose to partner with Grove because its product range offers a multitude of technical options for customers that allow us to offer the right crane for customer needs. We are expecting strong interest in the Rough Terrain cranes, which have a world class reputation and should be an attractive option for our customers in Vietnam.”
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