MEC Aerial Work Platforms
MEC Aerial Work Platforms is a manufacturer of a line of Aerial Work Platforms in Kerman, California. For 40 years and counting, MEC machines carry the tradition of quality and innovation. MEC’s portfolio of Aerial Work Platforms ranges from DC drive slab scissors to rough terrain booms with patented and award winning design features. See for yourself how a MEC machine is A Better Solution – full featured value for high performance, productivity and safety.
MEC – A Better Solution
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Gary Crook, Vice President of Engineering, proudly displays the Editors Choice Award for MEC’s 60-J Boom
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MEC Aerial Work Platforms Debuted the new MEC 60-J Boom at The Rental Show
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Titan Boom™ 60-S In Full Production
MEC is proud to announce that the Titan Boom™ 60-S has entered full production.
Building on the success of the 40-foot model, the Titan Boom™ 60-S telescopic boom lift has a platform capacity of 3,000 pounds and a massive 22′ x 90″ deck. The platform rotates 180 degrees and telescopes in an out to enable the operator to get in close to the work area. Centered material-loading side gates make for fast material loading onto the platform’s load zone.
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MEC Introduces 4069 Crossover Series
MEC Aerial Work Platforms has built the last of its 72 Series of Rough Terrain scissor lift. The model has been a tough and dependable workhorse and has served the company and its customers well, but will be phased out with the release of the new MEC 4069 ERT and RT scissor lifts.
The 4069 will be replacing the 3772 in the midsize scissor class and will do so while providing a higher maximum platform height, a lower entry height, 40% gradeability, and will include the MEC patent pending side mounted sheet material rack. The 4069 models will debut with a 48v DC 375 amp hour battery pack. A diesel variant will be released in 2Q 2013 and will feature a Kubota D1105 24.8 hp diesel engine as the power source. MEC intends to have the 4069 tested and approved for sale into global market place with the first units being delivered into North America.
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